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Federal Tuition Assistance (FTA)
Earn up to $4,000 per fiscal year at $250 per semester hour. That means extending for six more years qualifies for $24,000 in education aid. Read all about the program online.
State Tuition Assistance Program (STAP)
Earn up to $6,000 per fiscal year at $600 per semester hour. That means extending for six more years qualifies for $36,000 in education aid. Read all about the program online.
Student Loan Repayment Plan (SLRP)
Receive up to $50,000 in qualified, guaranteed student loan payments–all without touching any of your GI Bills! Get the latest SLRP information online.
– Chapter 1606
– Chapter 1607
– Chapter 33 (911)
– Chapter 30 (AD)
Since its establishment in 1998, several colleges and universities have joined the Tuition Grant program. Each of the colleges and universities are offering up to 45% off of their tuition to members of the Michigan Air and Army National Guard. Listed below are the current colleges and universities participating in the Tuition Grant Program and the amount off of their tuition they are providing to Guard members. These grants, used in conjunction with other available tuition assistance programs and the GI Bill, can enable Guard members to attend selected colleges and universities at low or no cost.
Grant applications can be accessed at www.michigan.gov/dmva, Click on “+Education Assistance”, Click on “University & College Tuition Grants”, Click on individual schools to download the Grant Application Form and instructions. For Grant Program questions call 517-481-7646.
Tuition Grant Program
|Cornerstone University||$100 – $800 per semester, depending on enrollment level|
|Davenport University||Accepts Federal Tuition Assistance stipend as full payment for tuition|
|Eastern Michigan University||45%|
|Ferris State University||25%|
|Kalamazoo Valley Community College||25%|
|Kirtland Community College||25%|
|Lake Superior State University||Accepts Federal Tuition Assistance stipend as full payment for tuition.|
|Lawrence Tech University||Grant of $2,500 per academic year, prorated|
|Mid Michigan Community College||25%|
|Northern Michigan University||45%|
|Olivet College||Grant of $10,000 per academic year, prorated|
|Rochester College||Grant of $1,000 per semester|
|Sienna Heights University||30%|
|Spring Arbor University||30%|
|University of Detroit Mercy||Grant of $2,500 per semester, prorated|
|Walsh College||$50 off per credit hour|
|Western University||$100-$800 per semester based on enrollment level|
|University of Phoenix- online only||25%|