Michigan College Access Network (MCAN)

Michigan FAFSA Tracker


Did you hear the news? The new Michigan Achievement Scholarship is a historic investment by our state and will vastly improve college affordability for many families. Now more than ever, the FAFSA is a critical step to securing funds for postsecondary pathways. To determine eligibility for the Michigan Achievement Scholarship and other financial aid opportunities, students must complete the FAFSA.

This FAFSA Tracker provides accessible data for schools to better understand their current Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion. The goal is to increase Michigan’s FAFSA completion rate to 75%. Through the FAFSA Tracker tool, all College Bound Michigan (CBMI) sites will have access to an individual school profile displaying current FAFSA completion data, trends over time, and a comparison to previous FAFSA completion cycles. The Tracker is a great tool for school teams to track their school’s progress and to easily highlight the successes. The FAFSA data displayed on the tracker is provided by MI Student Aid.

Check out these resources about the new Michigan Achievement Scholarship or visit the MI Student Aid site for information.

Michigan's Class of 2024 has completed 50,841 FAFSA applications as of 7/1/24
compared to the Class of 2023 completing 54,187 applications on 7/1/23

The FAFSA completion rate is 42.6% compared to 45.9% at this same time last year.

School Comparison

Analyze the current FAFSA completion rates for all Michigan high schools participating in the College Cash Campaign.

Current FAFSA rates

Michigan Leaderboard

School Profile

View current FAFSA completion data for your school.

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