All scholarships require two letters of recommendation along with a completed application.
Please also include some sort of proof that you have been accepted to a college - this could be an email, a printout from your college account, or copy of a letter of acceptance.
Copy the application to your google drive so you can edit it. If you would like, you can share your completed application with Ms. Vetter (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will print it for you. We will also add your transcript to your application packet.
**Step 1.**Check out the powerpoint linked above or theLocal Scholarship Descriptions to view and determine which scholarships you qualify for and only apply for those. If you don't know your GPA or SAT score, you can send me an email or stop by Student Service
Step 2. Fill out the Local Scholarships Options form found here:Local Scholarships Options Form. Remember to only apply for those that you meet the criteria for.This step is required.
Various scholarships and grants programs are provided by the State of Michigan that can help make college Accessible, Affordable and Achievable for Michigan students and families. Michigan Student Aid now has their own scholarship database, compiled of Michigan scholarships, where students can submit a request and get scholarships sent right to their email inbox. They also have tips and tricks for filling out the perfect scholarship application in order to help students.
Follow them on all of their social media accounts @mistudentaid.
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