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Michigan Reconnect now available for those 21 to 24!
More Michigan residents can now earn a degree or skills certiﬁcate, tuition-free. Don’t miss out — the age expansion is only available for a limited time. Apply by Nov. 15, 2024.
"Maybe someday" just became "definitely today."
Michigan Reconnect provides free in-district tuition at a Michigan community college to earn an associate degree or Pell-eligible skill certificate.
If you’re interested in pursuing a career training program instead, starting later this year, you can receive up to $1,500 towards tuition costs for eligible career training programs here in Michigan with the Short-Term Training Program.
Making Tuition-Free Dreams Come True
Find out how these real-life Reconnectors are building a better future thanks to Michigan Reconnect.
It's Never Too Late!
An education beyond high school opens the door to many new opportunities. Michigan Reconnect can help you get there—tuition-free.
more per year in earnings with a two-year degree
of Michigan jobs will require education beyond high school
You CAN Do This!
We know that starting or going back to school can be a daunting task. And that being able to afford tuition may not be the only challenge you're facing. But we also know that with the help of additional resources, we have all the confidence in the world that you can find the help you need to achieve your college dream.
For help with child care, transportation, or additional financial support, check in with the state and local partners who are here to help you.
Reach out to your local community college to see what types of assistance, programs and services are available to make your education dreams come true.
MI Bridges allows you to apply for assistance programs and can help you to access more than 30,000 state and local services across Michigan.