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Action Item (as stated with DEI strategic plan launch in 2016)

Launched in February 2016, Wolverine Pathways (WP) is an innovative pipeline program focused on creating a path to college readiness for middle and high school students residing in underserved districts. Scholars who successfully complete the program, apply to the UM-Ann Arbor or UM-Dearborn campus, and are admitted, receive a four-year tuition scholarship plus additional need-based aid. Students achieving admission to the Flint campus may qualify for UM-Flint’s general scholarship programs, if eligible.

Initially only serving scholars who reside in the Southfield Public, Detroit Public, and Ypsilanti Community school districts through its core program, WP piloted remote programming with scholars attending two Grand Rapids high schools and will continue to explore the prospect of designing and leveraging remote programming to considerably expand its reach and impact beyond southeastern Michigan.

DEI 1.0 Evaluation Update

Please visit this link to go to the Special Impact Analyses for Wolverine Pathways that were conducted as part of the DEI 1.0 Evaluation.

Responsibility: Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion