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Attend Michigan Public University Panel

Attend Michigan Public University Panel

Attend Michigan Public University Panel

Full Benefits plans provide undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees at a Michigan public university. At a Michigan public community college, it provides tuition, fees and mandatory fees (in-state or in-district) *

*MET only pays out-of-district tuition if the student does not qualify for the in-district rate. MET can pay no more than the average tuition of Michigan public four-year universities. Should the out-of-district tuition rate and fees exceed the average tuition, the institution will bill the student directly for the balance.

+ MET benefits will be applied to the number of credit hours taken each semester, as reported by the institution.  Institutions which are on a block credit hour system will invoice MET for the block rate, but report the actual number of credits taken by the student. MET will deduct the actual credit hours reported from the student's contract.

Limited Benefits plans provide undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees at Michigan public universities who tuition costs do not exceed 105% of the weighted average tuition cost of Michigan's four-year public institutions. Full tuition benefits are not covered at institutions with tuition costs greater than 105% of the weighted average tuition. A percentage of the tuition benefits are provided for students attending those institutions.

Michigan public universities whose tuition costs exceed 105% of the weighted average tuition for the 2020-21 academic year are the University of Michigan -Ann Arbor (UM-AA), Michigan Technological University (MTU) and Michigan State University (MSU). For the 2020-21 academic year MET will cover 27 of 30 credit hours at UM-AA, 27of 30 credit hours at MTU and 29of 30 credit hours at MSU.

At a Michigan public community college, it provides tuition, fees and mandatory fees (in-state or in-district) *

*MET only pays out-of-district tuition if the student does not qualify for the in-district rate. MET can pay no more than the average tuition of Michigan public four-year universities. Should the out-of-district tuition rate and fees exceed the average tuition, the institution will bill the student directly for the balance.

+MET benefits will be applied to the number of credit hours taken each semester, as reported by the institution.  Institutions which are on a block credit hour system will invoice MET for the block rate, but report the actual number of credits taken by the student. MET will deduct the actual credit hours reported from the student's contract.

Community College plans provide in-district undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees at a Michigan community college.

If you receive partial tuition scholarships, grants or other types of assistance at a Michigan public university/college, you may not need all of the educational benefits provided under your MET contract. In this situation the school you attend may accept funds from both MET and other sources on your behalf. If the funds are in excess of tuition expenses, the school may refund the excess to you. The excess may be subject to income and excise taxes. There is no termination provision under the contract for a partial tuition scholarship.

If you receive a full-tuition scholarship you may terminate the contract for a refund. See Terminating Your MET Contract.

If you are planning on transferring to another Michigan public university or college, attending two different Michigan public institutions at a time or attending classes at a different Michigan public university or college during the summer semester you will need to notify us.

You can notify us online by logging into MET’s Self-Service Customer website or by submitting the Notice to Transfer to Another University or College form.