About MCAC

The Michigan College Advising Corps (MCAC) is a diverse group of recent University of Michigan graduates working full-time as college advisers in under-served high schools throughout Michigan. Advisers help students navigate every aspect of the college-going process and identify their personal best fit among various post-secondary options. 


Additionally, they work with principals, counselors, teachers, and other college access advocates to foster a college-going culture in their school and community. Through this work, advisers contribute to the mission of the national College Advising Corps (CAC): to increase the number of low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented students entering and completing higher education.


Snap shot of the MCAC Program

Year MCAC was Established
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U-M Alumni Advisers
MCAC High Schools
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Class of 2021 HS Seniors

A Deeper look into MCAC

Interested in applying?

Applications are due June 2, 2023

Interested? Please contact Michael Turner

Michael Turner, MCAC Program Director