Applying for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the next big step for the Class of 2021 in your college-going journey and we can’t wait to support your efforts. Below are two short videos and information on how to pay for college, trade school, or apprenticeship programs. Please take some time to check it out.
Please click here to watch an Overview of the Financial Aid Process.
To understand the Types of Aides available please click here.
How to writing a Winning Scholarship Essay:click here.
I am still holding office hours virtually, so if you need assistance with anything, make sure to reach out to me via email below or schedule an appointment with me through my Calendly link by clicking here.
You can always text me via Remind App, the Class Code is:@sanimm
Announcement & Virtual Event
Join us on October 7th at 6:30 pm for a virtual overview of FAFSA with our presenter Leighanne Denja from Eastern Michigan University!Click Here to watch Funding Education Beyond High School: Financial Aid Basics. October 21 at 6:30 pm we will have EMU Financial Aid Representative, Leighanne Denja, assisting our students and families file a FAFSA to get help paying for college!To Join Meeting Click Here.
Hello students and families! My name is Susanna Anim-Mensah, and I am the current College Advise at Belleville High School. I aim to be a catalyst for change in this next chapter of my students' lives. I hope to motivate and inspire my students to have a challenging mindset to plan for their post-secondary education and move forward to obtain some form of degree. My wish is that my students will learn, live, and push themselves. They can change the world through the manifestations of their goals. Whether that means going to a four-year university, an HBCU, community college, or trade/technical school this site will provide information and resources students and parents need to know what the best fit is for you. What is your dream? What are your goals in life? What are your plans after high school?
How do you get to the end of the tunnel?
PLAN, APPLY, PAY, DECIDE
Sounds super easy right? I'm here to help!
College is post-secondary education...MCAN uses the term "college" to refer to the attainment to valuable post-secondary credentials beyond high school, including professional/technical certificates and academic degrees.
College is a necessity...post-secondary education is a prerequisite to success in a knowledge-based economy. Everyone must pursue and complete a post-secondary credential or degree beyond high school.
College is for everyone...the post-secondary education attainment rates among low-income students and students of color are significantly lower than those of other students. MCAN is committed to closing these gaps. College is a public good...post-secondary educational opportunity and attainment are critical to a just and equitable society, strong economy, and healthy communities.