Michigan ReConnect is a program to help students age 25 and older pursue their first degree at a local community college tuition-free. Student must apply for the FAFSA and apply to Reconnect. You can get more information and apply here: https://www.michigan.gov/reconnect/COLLEGE VIRTUAL SESSIONS FOR ADMISSIONS, SCHOLARSHIP, & FINANCIAL AID
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FAFSA for 2022-23!
FAFSA is good news, because it means college financial aid opportunities for high school seniors, returning college students, and adults who are planning to head to college or post-secondary education. FAFSA.gov is where families can apply starting on October 1! Dependent students (most common) will need parental support to complete the FAFSA and renew each year. To learn how FAFSA defines dependent students or to access tutorials or support, you can use resources at FAFSA.gov, Federal Financial Aid's youtube channel, or go to Michigan's MiStudentAid website.
Michigan Student Aid is the home for TIP, Michigan Competitive Scholarship and more. Students must apply in their senior year. Deadline is March 1st for MCS and August 31st of senior year for TIP.
Check out this list of scholarships by residence.
The Promise is a residency-based scholarship that pays for tuition & fees for Mason County high school graduates (since 2018) who wish to attend West Shore Community College.
The Community Foundation for Mason County has a range of scholarships available for Mason County high school students, with a February 1st deadline.
Fastweb is a reliable resource for scholarships and is always releasing new information!
Federal Student Aid endorses the U.S. Department of Labor's Scholarship search. It's a great resource!
College Board, makers of the SAT, want you to sign on for their scholarship program, so you have a chance to win scholarship dollars, simply by doing the things you already need to in order to be college-ready.