U-M recently launched Wolverine Pathways, a supplemental educational program that will help prepare students in targeted Michigan school districts to continue their education at U-M.
The program is offered at no cost to students and families who live within the Ypsilanti and Southfield public school districts. Students do not need to be students in the Ypsilanti or Southfield public schools. Each student who successfully completes the Wolverine Pathways program and is admitted to U-M will be awarded a full-tuition scholarship for four years.
“Wolverine Pathways is an important next step for the University of Michigan as we continue to look for ways to identify talented students and cultivate U-M applicants from all parts of our state,” said U-M President Mark Schlissel.