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In an interview with The Daily, University President Mark Schlissel discussed the progress of the DEI plan and his feelings on current campus climate. He articulated his excitement regarding a few of the upcoming initiatives in relation to diversity and inclusion, such as Wolverine Pathways, which works with secondary-school students in Detroit, Ypsilanti and Southfield, and provides a path to University admission and a scholarship — as well as the Go Blue Guarantee, which allows any in-state students whose households earn below $65,000 to have their tuition completely covered by the University.
VIDEO: Students and staff discuss the educational, social impact of Wolverine Pathways Staff, parents and students of Wolverine Pathways talk about their experiences and the benefits of the Wolverine Pathways educational program at the University of...
Starting in January 2018, any current or future in-state student whose family makes $65,000 or less a year will be eligible for free tuition for four years. That’s worth about $60,000 for those four years total.
Wolverine Pathways making U-M more accessible to Ypsilanti, Southfield, Detroit youth Classrooms at Ypsilanti Community High School are usually quiet and empty on Saturdays, but they haven’t been for the past month. Instead, students from several middle schools and...
The University of Michigan announced Tuesday in a press release it will join 30 other colleges and universities in the…
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.
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.
A University of Michigan program aimed at helping students in Ypsilanti and Southfield prepare for college is off to a promising start.
A program to help middle and high school students enter college kicked off this weekend.
The University of Michigan officially launched its Wolverine Pathways program with a kickoff event at the Michigan Union on Feb. 27, welcoming nearly 200 students from the Ypsilanti and Southfield school districts and close to 300 parents.