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College Access Movement in Michigan

People + Philanthropy + Programs Progress %3D Michigan College Application Week helps high school seniors submit college applications. Michigan's college participation rate for low-income students increased by 22.4% between 2002 and 2012, ranking MI 4th. The U.S. average was 15.9%. MCAN has raised federal and state funds to invest in Local College Access Networks are led by high-level community leaders committed to building a college-going culture. Michigan's college access movement. 770 $3.5 million 2011 Michigan College Application Week: 37 high schools 122.4% leaders across Michigan who are: awarded to local communities to implement innovative college access strategies. increase 26* college participation for low-income students Elected officials 2013 Michigan College Application Week: Superintendents community foundations participate in Kresge Challenge Grant. Michigan's FAFSA completion rate is the 4th highest in the country (Class of 2012). Foundation presidents Business executives College presidents $1.7 million #4 FAFSA These dership teams create community report cards 208 20,975 completion rate to monitor the community's postsecondary educational attainment rate. 16,279 applications submitted invested to increase high schools seniors National College Advising Corps in Michigan high schools. $110,000 Availability of Michigan College Access Portal, free online site for ALL Michigan residents to plan for life after high school Increased Michigan's college enrollment rate among high school graduates from 54.9% to 60.3%. National College Advising Corps members help students navigate college admissions, secure financial aid and matriculate at colleges that serve them well. invested to improve school counselor training. 54.9% Class of 2010 In 2013, MCAN supported 35 28,692 60.3% Identified gaps in community resources such as financial support and secured dollars previously unclaimed by students. full-time Class of 2012 college advisors serving National College Advising Corps helped $39,084,792 Improving school counselor training and graduate programs. secure Increasing the postsecondary educational attainment rate students in scholarships for students. Two universities commit to requiring postsecondary training courses 100 school counselors receive professional development through inaugural High School Counselor Postsecondary Planning Training Course. Between 201o and 2012, Michigan increased the amount of Pell Grants by $53 millionN vibrant economy strong workforce Inaugural Postsecondary Planning Training course launched in 2013 College access specialist training healthy community and increased the number of student recipients by 100 school counselors 29,000 GOAL 2025 students MICHIGAN Raise Michigan's postsecondary education attainment rate to 60% by the year 2025 COLLEGE ACCESS NETWORK

College Access Movement in Michigan

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This infographic shares the impact people, philathropy, and programs are making on Michigan's college access movement as we work together to reach Goal 2025.


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