MICHIGAN COLLEGE ADVISING CORPS (MCAC)

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.

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Class of 2021 HS Seniors

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interested in becoming an adviser?

The Applications for next year’s cohort will open in December.

Interested in applying? Please contact Michael Turner at the email address below.

Michael Turner, MCAC Program Director