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List of Colleges

All of Michigan's 31 public community colleges, including its tribal colleges, accept the Reconnect scholarship, but the cost of attending community college will depend on whether you are an in-district or out-of-district student.

  • Apply online for Michigan Reconnect. The application takes less than five minutes to complete and can be done on a mobile phone. If you are having difficulties on your mobile device, it is recommended to use a different browser or computer.
  • Apply to a Michigan public community college. All public community colleges, including tribal colleges, in Michigan qualify.  
  • Submit your FAFSA. This is free financial aid provided by the federal government.
  • Enroll in an eligible program and start classes. You can enroll in any Pell-eligible skill certificate or associate degree program.

Learn more about Michigan Reconnect


Participating Colleges

To learn about which colleges you might be considered ‘in-district’ for, start your search by entering your city, zip code or address below. You can use the dedicated phone number and email address to contact the college directly for more information.

For in-district students. If you attend a community college whose district you live in or whose definition of ‘in-district’ you meet, tuition is free. That means you won't pay any tuition or mandatory fees out of pocket. About 80% of Michigan students live in a community college district.

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