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What is Michigan’s College Decision Day?

2016-09-08_1807The goal of College Decision Day is to recognize high school seniors for their postsecondary educational plans and encourage younger students and families to prepare early for postsecondary education. College Decision Day is held annually on or around May 1 and is designed to coincide with the date that most seniors must inform a college of their plans to enroll. College Decision Day is inspired by the NCAA’s National Signing Day to reinforce that excellence in the classroom should be given as much pomp and circumstance as excellence as an athlete. NCAA’s National Signing Day is when high school seniors sign a letter of intent to play sports at a specific college. Traditionally players participate in press conferences to announce their intentions. Our goal is to mimic this excitement for ALL students going to college.

College Decision Day is Michigan’s adoption of National College Signing Day, a program of the First Lady’s Reach Higher initiative. The goals of National College Signing Day are:

To encourage community leaders, schools, celebrities, and nonprofit and advocacy groups to host a “Reach Higher College Signing Day” to support students planning to attend and graduate from college

To celebrate ALL students and their commitment to complete their education beyond high school

Michigan high schools can sign up here to register their event information with the national campaign!

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