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The University of Michigan announced Tuesday in a press release it will join 30 other colleges and universities in the American Talent Initiative, an alliance targeted at increasing the overall enrollment of middle and low-income students in higher education. The initiative aims to attract, enroll and graduate 50,000 lower-income students by 2025. Continue Reading University joins intercollegiate initiative to boost low-income student enrollment
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The first group of local students are on their way to receiving a full four-year scholarship to the University of Michigan through the Wolverine Pathways program. Continue Reading U-M full scholarship program opens for Ypsilanti, Southfield students
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A University of Michigan program aimed at helping students in Ypsilanti and Southfield prepare for college is off to a promising start. Continue Reading Wolverine Pathways Education Program Has Bright Future
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The president of the University of Michigan has said that his mission is to “build a learning community that looks like the US public” as the institution places greater emphasis on increasing access and diversity. Continue Reading University of Michigan focuses on widening participation
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A new University mentorship program designed for pre-college students may not continue long-term if donors do not fund the program.... Continue Reading Future of Wolverine Pathways depends on donors
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Beginning in January, 120 students from two Michigan school districts will have the opportunity to take part in a college-preparatory program that could earn them a full-tuition scholarship to the University of Michigan (UM) in Ann Arbor. Continue Reading UM Announces College-Prep Program Leading to Full-Tuition Scholarships
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The University of Michigan announced a free college-preparatory and scholarship program Friday for students in certain school districts in the state, which university officials said could help boost the university’s minority enrollment. The program called Wolverine Pathways begins in January for students who live within the boundaries of the Ypsilanti and Southfield public school districts,… Continue Reading U. of Michigan launches program to boost diversity efforts Continue Reading U. of Michigan launches program to boost diversity efforts
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The University of Michigan is starting a free college-preparatory and scholarship program that could help boost minority enrollment. The Ann Arbor school says Friday that the program called Wolverine Pathways begins in January for students who live within the boundaries of the Ypsilanti and Southfield public school districts. Continue Reading U. of Michigan Launches College-prep, Scholarship Program
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