The Michigan Achievement Scholarship
Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that starting in 2023, students with a high school diploma, certificate of completion, or high school equivalency can apply for the Michigan Achievement Scholarship and lower their cost of college by thousands of dollars a year. Students who are eligible for the Michigan Achievement Scholarship may receive more financial aid from the State of Michigan:
- Up to $2,000 if they attend and eligible private training provider in Michigan, per year, up to two years
- Up to $2,750 if they attend a community college, per year, up to three years
- Up to $5,500 if they attend a public university, per year, up to five years
- Up to $4,000 if they attend a private college or university, per year, up to five years
Students will be eligible if their family demonstrated financial need* when they complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
*Financial need is defined as an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $25,000 or less.
For more information, please visit MI Student Aid.