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- How many credits do I need to graduate?
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- Student Issues Information for up to twelfth-grade students on student rights and responsibilities, available options, applicable laws, and suggestions on procedures.
- Which classes do I need to take to prepare for college? Employers and college leaders say that graduates from high school need to master higher-level mathematics and communications skills than ever before.
- PEPNet2 PEPNet2's mission is to improve postsecondary outcomes for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, including those with co-occurring disabilities.
- that you may be eligible for covered graduation expenses such as class rings, senior pictures, prom attire, and announcements under the YIT program? Check out our information for eligibility requirements and details.
- Learn about Adult Education Courses ABE (Adult Basic Education), GED (General Education Development), HSC (High School Completion), ESL (English as a Second Language), Family Literacy Programs and Programs for the Homeless.
- Need your GED? Here you can find requirements, locations, and study assistance.
- Fostering Futures Scholarship
This scholarship provides eligible foster youth with funds for tuition, fees, room/board, books and supplies/equipment required for enrollment.
- College Affordability Guide
Michigan Public Educational Institutions
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- Michigan Transfer Network (MTN) If you would like to go back to school, transfer to another institution in Michigan, or simply see how courses at your current institution would transfer to another school, this site is for you!
- Applying to College - Take the right steps Applying to college takes thought, effort, and organization. The CollegeBoard.com website tools and expert advice can help you keep track of applications, apply to college online, and write solid admission essays.
- Know How 2 Go! Steps to college! You know why to go to college, but now you need to know how!
- Baker College of Flint's Living Independent Networking Knowledge (L.I.N.K.) program for foster youth Contact the LINK office at 810-766-4365.
- Eastern Michigan University's Mentorship Access Guidance in College (MAGIC) program Find out how to gain access to a campus coach at EMU.
- Wayne State University's Transition to Independence (TIP) Get connected to services for foster youth at Wayne State University.
- University of Michigan - Flint's Empowering My Success program Find out how to get connected to services at University of Michigan - Flint campus.
- Saginaw Valley State University's Fostering an Academic Successful Transition (F.A.S.T.) program Contact the F.A.S.T. Office at 989-964-2655.
- Michigan State University's Foster Care Youth Endowed Scholarship Program Tuition, Living Expenses and Mentoring are the focus of this scholarship for foster care freshmen at MSU.
- Aquinas College "Fostering Success" Scholarship Initiative Aquinas College is helping Michigan foster youth become successful through their "Fostering Success Scholarship Initiative".
- Western Michigan University Seita Scholarship Program
Western Michigan University wants to help foster care youth attend college!
- University of Michigan Blavin Scholars Program New scholarships for foster care youth, orphans and wards of the court!
- Ferris State University's Ferris Youth Initiative Scholarship Recipients of the FYI Scholarship will receive $4,000 per year to be applied to any direct cost at Ferris State (tuition/fees, room/board, and/or books/supplies).
- Harvard University Tuition FREE!!! Harvard is now helping low income students pay tuition
Michigan Student Financial Aid: Paying for College
Scholarships and grants, and other general financial aid information.
Foster Care To Success Scholarships
- Michigan Education and Training Voucher
The ETV program allows Michigan to provide up to $4,000 per year to a student in an accredited programs such as ....
- African American Scholarships Many scholarships are available for African Americans. Please visit the following sites to find out more information:
- Explore financial aid options Financial aid is one of the tools that make higher education possible for many students. It may mean being able to continue your education when you otherwise would not be able. Or it could mean being able to attend the school of your choice despite higher tuition costs.
- EduGuide Guides for education and information on help filling out financial aid forms.
- College Goal Sunday!
- AmeriCorps As an AmeriCorps member, you'll receive a wealth of benefits that may include a modest living allowance and tuition towards school.