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Webinar with Achieving the Dream Thursday, September 20: This session is a  follow-up to the institute last fall at Macomb and will focus on the latest lessons for implementing a more holistic, integrated student support approach that addresses both academic and non-academic needs. Attendees will also learn more about how colleges are addressing food insecurity among their students through food pantries that lead to deeper supports. While Study Circle colleges are the target audience, this could be of interest to Mentor Circle teams, especially as you are orienting new team members to your efforts. Pre-registration is not required.  The webinar will also be recorded and available on our website if you are unable to join live. 

How to Join the Webinar

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Or iPhone one-tap : +16699006833,,8986092481# 

Or Telephone: +1 877 853 5257 (Toll Free)

Meeting ID: 898 609 2481

The 6th Annual CMVE Conference: Beyond the Veterans’ LoungeThe annual CMVE conference is scheduled for Friday, September 21, 2018, 9:00 am-3:30 pm at Western Michigan University, Bernhard Center. This year’s conference will focus on sharing programs and practices available to add to the student veteran experience on and off campus. All campus veteran advocates from a variety of functional areas are encouraged to attend. Additional details can be found on the registration page.  Registration is free for community colleges thanks to the generous support of the Kresge Foundation and closes on September 14th.

Registration Open for the 10th Anniversary Student Success Summit:  Registration is open for the annual Student Success Summit on Thursday, September 27 and Friday, September 28, 2018 at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing. Colleges may send teams of up to 20 members.  The Summit will begin with an 11:30am luncheon on September 27th and conclude at 12:15 with boxed lunches available. This year’s theme is Pathways to Equity and Opportunity.  As Michigan colleges continue to make progress in implementing guided pathways, math pathways, and transfer pathways, it is vital to consider whether these reforms are benefitting the students most in need of our help. Presentations will focus on how colleges are using best practices associated with building Guided Pathways, Transfer Pathways and Career Pathways to close achievement gaps.  Please contact Jenny Schanker with any questions.



February 8, 2019:  Michigan Student Success Network Virtual Meeting





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