Are you a Michigan resident with a family income of $65,000 or less? If you apply to U-M, are admitted, and qualify for in-state tuition, we are prepared to cover the full cost of your in-state tuition for up to four years of full-time undergraduate study on our Ann Arbor campus, subject to certain limits. Visit goblueguarantee.umich.edu or read more here.
Employment during college gives students money for expenses, exposes them to mentor-type relationships and opens opportunities in professional fields. And working can also help you avoid additional borrowing during your time at U-M. Be sure to check out job postings on the U-M Student Employment website this Fall.
Did you receive a Work-Study award with your financial aid? Employment exposes students to mentor-type relationships and opens opportunities in professional fields. And working can also help you avoid additional borrowing during your time at U-M.
The Office of Federal Student Aid has launched a new one-stop website, studentloans.gov/repay, to help borrowers navigate student loan repayment options and select their best option in five steps or less. The initiative is part of the federal government's push to enroll as many student borrowers as possible in income-driven repayment plans for their student loans.