Michigan Tuition Grant Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Michigan Tuition Grant (MTG) was established in 1966, P.A. 313 to provide students with increased access and choice to attend Independent non-profit, degree-granting, Michigan postsecondary institutions. MTG is available to undergraduate students and is based on financial need for use at Independent non-profit degree-granting colleges and universities in Michigan. Awards are restricted to the cost of tuition and fees. Funds are appropriated annually in the Higher Education Appropriations Act. This program is administered by the Student Scholarships and Grants Division.

    Students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The preferred deadline date for filing the FAFSA is March 1. FAFSA information is automatically released to this state agency if the student's state of legal residence is Michigan. The student must file a renewal FAFSA every year to be considered for the Tuition Grant.
  • Contact
  • Peggy LaFleur, Manager
  • PO Box 30462
  • Lansing, MI 48909-7962
  • treasscholgrant@michigan.gov
  • tel: 517-373-3394
  • fax: 517-335-5984

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