• The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) can help students access FREE money for training for Michigan's hottest jobs, training for trades, and two-year and four-year colleges. 

    The amount of aid provided is based on financial need. Students may be offered grants or loans from the federal government to assist in paying for tuition.


    By applying for FAFSA, students may also qualify for FREE money for school from the State of Michigan.

    Scroll down to access more information about State grants and scholarships.


    We encourage EVERY senior to apply for the FAFSA! It is FREE to apply.


    Before completing the FAFSA, every senior and one parent will need to create an FSA ID: 

    Create Account | Federal Student Aid  

    Families can complete the 2024-2025 FAFSA at this link: FAFSA® Application | Federal Student Aid 


    We recommend having the parent and student sit together to work on the FAFSA.

    If you need help:

    Call 1-800-433-3243


    Utilize the Student Aid Help Center and Live Chat: Help Center | Federal Student Aid 


    Don't forget: Your counselors are always available to help!


    FAFSA Info


    The State of Michigan offers students a variety of scholarships and grants that they may be eligible for. Within 3-5 days of completing the FAFSA, the State of Michigan will receive and review financial information to determine if a student is eligible for financial assistance or scholarships.

    Students can create an account with the Michigan Student Aid Student Portal at: 

    Login (guarantorsolutions.com)


    Scholarships/Grants Available from MI Student Aid:

    Tuition Incentive Program: Provides 2 years of free community college to Michigan students who received Medicaid coverage for 24 months between ages 9-18.

    Tuition Incentive Program Flyer

    Michigan Tuition Grant: Provides tuition assistance to students attending a participating Michigan university (see flyer for a list of participating schools)

    Michigan Tuition Grant Flyer

    Michigan Achievement Scholarship: Provides up to $5,500 per year to students with financial need attending training programs, colleges, and universities.

    Michigan Achievement Scholarship Flyer

    Police Officer's and Fire Fighter's Survivor Tuition Grant: Provides a tution waiver to a Michigan community college or university for the children of a Michigan fireman or police officer killed in the line of duty.

    Survivor Tuition Grant Flyer