New State Scholarship Helps High School Seniors Earn A Degree
Choosing Washtenaw Community College with the new Michigan Achievement Scholarship has its benefits.
You can earn your associate degree at a nationally-recognized community college with access to more than 135 aid-eligible degree programs, with more than 47 being completely online!
And, your dollars will go even further at WCC because we have one of the lowest tuition rates in the state and country. Plus, WCC’s smaller class sizes, top-notch instructors and academic support services will help set you up for success.
The scholarship dollars allow full time students to save more money earning an associate degree at WCC and the opportunity of providing additional funding if you choose to transfer to an in-state four-year university to earn a bachelor degree.
Beginning with the high school class of 2023, graduates attending WCC may be eligible to receive up to $2,750 per year in scholarships from the state.
- Michigan high school 2023 graduates OR those who complete a certificate of high school completion equivalency (GED) certificate in 2023 or after.
- Michigan residents since July 1, 2022 of the previous calendar year.
- Those who:
- Demonstrate financial need when you complete the FAFSA—by having an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $25,000 or less.
- Enroll full-time (minimum 12 credits) at an eligible institution—including Michigan community colleges, tribal colleges, and public or private universities.
- Enroll at an eligible institution within 15 months of high school graduation or earning a high school equivalency (GED) certificate.
Have questions? The Welcome Center can help.
Visit MI School Aid for more information on how to get your Michigan Achievement Scholarship.