Cost & Financial Aid
Access and affordability are the two pillars of our financial aid program.
Our Office of Financial Aid is here to help you to find the assistance and resources you need to invest in your future, in a way that makes sense for you. By working together, we’ve helped 99% of our students with over $69 million in grants.
|Date||Deadlines & Notifications|
|December 1||Recommended FAFSA filing deadline.|
|March 1||FAFSA filing deadline for Michigan Residents to potentially qualify for State funding.|
|May 1||Deposit Day for first-year students.|
|July 1||Recommended deadline for scholarship thank-you letters.|
|August 1||Deadline for completing your financial aid requirements in order to have aid on your student account before your fall payment is due.|
Types of Aid
Your financial aid package may be made up of scholarships, grants, loans, and other programs like work-study. Learn more about the different types of aid we offer and what the best options are for you.
We cover 100% of tuition and fees for Michigan families making under $65,000 annually, after the Michigan Tuition and Federal Pell Grants are applied. Find out if you qualify.
How to Apply
The first step is completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Check out our handy guide on how to fill out the form and what the next steps are.
Calculate Your Costs
Understanding the cost of attendance can be a little daunting. There are many factors that determine the exact amount. To help you get an idea of what you might expect, learn more about our tuition and fees, and use our net price and scholarship calculators for an estimate.
Forms and Policies
Do you need an additional financial aid form to complete your FAFSA application? Find them here, as well as other useful tools like scholarship and grant policies, enrollment requirements, and more.
Office of Financial Aid
Questions about scholarships or financial aid? Feel free to reach out!