The U-M Office of Financial Aid Outreach Unit works throughout the year with community groups and high school counselors and administrators to bring information about college financial aid to prospective students and their parents. We coordinate Financial Aid Nights, visits to local high schools, college fairs, events in the U-M Detroit Office and participate in on-campus activities in Ann Arbor. The team also hosts regular office hours in the U-M Detroit Office where we meet one-on-one to assist local families.
The U-M Office of Financial Aid has a variety of presentations to help students and families prepare to tackle the college application cycle. These include a three-part “Paying for College” series designed to give high school seniors an overview of what to expect when they plan for college. The Federal Student Aid Financial Aid Toolkit may also give you ideas for an event at your school. CONTACT US HERE or use the form below to schedule a presentation for your school or community event.
U-M Detroit Office
Orchestra Place, 3663 Woodward, Suite 109
Detroit, MI 48102
Walk-in visits (appointments available):
Tuesdays & Thursdays:
1-7 p.m. mid-January through June 1
U-M Office of Financial Aid
2500 Student Activities Bldg., 515 E. Jefferson St.
(N. Campus: In Pierpont Commons)
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1316
Tel: (734) 763-6600
♦ Email: email@example.com ♦ Phone: 734-763-6600 ♦ Fax: (734) 647-3081
Below are resources available for PDF download to either share electronically or to print for your high school or community event. If you will be printing in black-and-white on colored paper, please use the B&W versions provided. (We recommend that you download these to your computer or device and print directly from the PDF, not print from your browser viewer.)
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Senior Financial Aid
Antonio has worked as a College Corps Advisor for the U-M Center for Educational Outreach, as a research assistant in the School of Public Health and has done online client services work.
Assistant Director for Outreach
Stephen has youth mentoring experience as well as football coaching in Detroit. He also served as a small business specialist for a large bank where he developed relationships and a portfolio of clients.