Contents of this Page:
-Links to Scholarships Offered by Michigan College and Universities - http://www.studentcollegescholarships.com/michigan.html
-Information for College-Bound Students with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, or Other Disabilities - http://www.collegeacademicsupport.com
This website has direct links to the Offices of Disability Services at Michigan Colleges as well as direct links to the counseling support services at these institutions.
FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) - http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/
FAFSA Application Deadlines:
Scholarship Search Site
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1. E. Wayne Kay Community College Scholarship: Deadline February 1, 2013
For students planning to enroll full time at a community college pursuing a degree in manufacturing or a closely related field. Minimum 3.0 GPA required. For application and details visit http://www.smeef.org/scholarships/
2. Michigan Education Association Scholarship: Deadline February 8,2013
Scholarship for students planning to attend a Michigan 2 or 4 year institution (including technical schools). Resume, letters of recommendation, and a personal statement are required. Applications are available in the counseling office.
3. Best Buy Scholarship Program: Deadline February 15, 2013
For students in grades 9-12 living in the U.S who has good grades, a commitment to community service, and/or work experience. For application and details, visit http://pr.bby.com. Must apply online
4. National FFA Scholarship Program: Deadline February 15, 2013
For current members of FFA who are less than 23 years old. Must have plans to attend a post secondary school full time and have a valid mailing address. For application and details, visit https://www.ffa.org/Pages/default.aspx \
5. AFA Teen College Scholarship: Deadline February 15, 2013
For graduating seniors planning to enroll at a four year university. In order to apply, students will need to submit one autobiography, a 1500 word essay on one of the following topics. See Ms. Seyoum for application and details.
- How has Alzheimer’s disease changed or impacted your life?
- What have you learned about yourself, your family and/or your community in the face of coping with Alzheimer’s disease?
6. American 1 Credit Union Scholarship: Deadline February 22, 2013
For graduating seniors involved in the community. Applicants must submit an essay of 1500 words or less on the benefits of altruism and explain how you’ve impacted your community. Applications are available in the counseling office, See Ms. Seyoum for details.
7. Buick Achievers Scholarship: Deadline February 28,2013
For graduating high school seniors planning to enroll in college and pursue a major focusing on engineering, technology and looking to go into a career in automotive or related industries. For applications and details, visit http://www.buickachievers.com/
8. Kroger “I Can Make History” scholarship contest: Deadline February 28,2013
All high school students are eligible to apply for the contest. Students must currently be enrolled in a Michigan school. Contest areas are Art, Essay, Music or Poetry and each area has different guidelines. For details, see Ms. Seyoum. Applications are available in the counseling office. Or, visit icanmakehistory.com for more information.
9. McCurdy Memorial Foundation & Emily Scofield Trust scholarship: Deadline March 1, 2013.
For graduating seniors residing in Calhoun county. No minimum GPA required, and students cannot be married during the term of the award. Scholarships are available in the counseling office
10. Jackson Community Foundation Scholarships: Deadline March 1, 2013.
Several applications are available to Jackson county students. Visit website for details www.jacksoncf.org
11. Rosa Parks Scholarship: Deadline March 1, 2013
For graduating seniors with a minimum 2.5GPA. Students must demonstrate financial need. Three letters of recommendation, an essay, and community service participation is required with application. See Ms. Seyoum for details; applications are available in the counseling office.
12. SAE High School Poster Competition: Deadline March 27, 2013.
Interested students will enter into a poster contest displaying art based on the theme “Achieving Efficiency”. A paragraph of explanation must be attached. See Ms. Seyoum for competition details.
13. Michigan Retailers Association Scholarship: Deadline April 1, 2013
For high school students employed or have parents employed at a business that is a member of the Michigan
Retailers Association. No minimum GPA or essay required. For application and details, visit www.retailers.com
14. Michigan Oil & Gas Producers Education Foundation Scholarship. Deadline April 2, 2013.
Minimum 3.0 GPA required. Students must demonstrate financial need as well as plan to pursue a field that works with the crude oil and natural gas industry. Applicants will need to submit a resume and a letter demonstrating financial assistance. Scholarship applications are available in the counseling office
15. Jackson County Association of Retired School Personnel: Deadline April 12, 2013
For graduating high school seniors with a minimum 2.5 GPA upon graduation. Two letters of recommendation, a letter of acceptance from a college or university, an outline of work activities (resume) and a 250 word essay are required for the application. Applications can be found in the counseling center.
16. The Sigmund Foundation Scholarship: Deadline April 15,2013
For graduating seniors with a 2.5 GPA or above. Must be accepted to a college or university and demonstrate financial need. For application and details, visit http://www.sigmundfoundation.org/.
17. AAA Michigan’s School Safety Patrol Scholarship Program: Deadline April 26,2013
For graduating seniors with a 3.0 minimum GPA and 21 ACT: Two letters of reference as well as personal statement are required with application. Applications are available in the counseling office.
18. Kiwanis Club of Jackson Scholarship: Deadline April 26, 2013
For graduating students living in Jackson county and plans to pursue a college in Jackson county (JCC, Baker of Jackson, and/or Spring Arbor). Students should demonstrate leadership, community/volunteer involvement or extracurricular participation. A list of your involvements will be required along with two letters of recommendation. For application and details, visit http://www.jacksonkiwanis.com/public/pub_page.aspx?PageID=73495. Or see Ms Seyoum for more info.
19. William G. Coyne Scholarship Program. Deadline May 1, 2013
To apply, you must be a family member of a Credit Union ONE account holder. Applicants must have at least 30 hours of documented community service, and have a minimum GPA of 3.0. 250-300 word essay required. Applications are available in the counseling office.
Address the following essay topics
- The credit union philosophy is based on cooperative principles. Describe how you exemplify those principles in your life.
- Describe how credit unions are different from other financial institutions and what that difference means to you.
20. Gordon Will Opportunity Scholarship. Deadline May 1, 2013.
For students highly involved in community service activities. Must list community service/project involvements in addition to two letters of recommendation. Minimum 2.5 GPA required. Also, must demonstrate financial need. Applications are available in the counseling office.
21. Accepting the Challenge of Excellence Award: Deadline June 1, 2013
For graduating seniors who’ve overcome various types of disabilities. Must be nominated or sponsored. Applications available in the counseling office
- Describe in your own words the event or events in your life that you are most proud of
- Describe in your own words, your plans for the future to make your community and world a better place to live.
John George, Jr. Student Loan Fund: Deadline May 1, 2013.
Students (and parents) must reside in Jackson County and be a graduate of a Jackson County School. Visit www.johngeorge.org for application and information.
Jackson County Community Foundation Scholarship Information:
These were available in the past - please call the Counselor to see if she has received updated information regarding any you are interested in:
John George, Jr. Student Loan. Applications are available October 1st through June 1st and may be downloaded from their website at www.johngeorge.org or by visiting their office at 145 South Jackson Street, Jackson. For more information, please call Karen Friend at 782-8126. John George, the founder of the Jackson Citizen Patriot, originated a trust fund for loaning money to attend college. This loan fund will loan qualified students up to $5,000 per year at 2% interest rate. This is much lower than what you will find. Eligibility to receive a loan is not determined by financial need but students must complete at least 12 hours per semester and maintain a 2.25 GPA.National Association for Business Economics (NABE) Foundation College Scholarship Award: Americans for the Arts Recipient to encourage the integration of the arts into economic education.
Two $5,000 scholarships will be awarded to college level students or students entering college, who come from an economic disadvantaged household, have attended a public school, can demonstrate a long term participation in the study of, creation in and/or performance in one or more art forms, including dance, music, theatre, literary, visual/media arts), excelled academically, and have formally declared the intent to study and apply economics in their pursuit of higher education and professional career.
Applications are due at close of business on Monday, September 14th, emailed or faxed to:
Marete Wester, M.S., Director of Arts Policy
Americans for the Arts
One East 53rd. Street, 2nd. Floor, New York , NY 10022
T 212 223 2787, ext. 1105
F 212 980 4857
Main Line 202 371 2830
The final candidates will be selected by a scholarship sub-committee of the NABE Foundation Board and notified by end of September. Winner are announced publicly at the NABE Annual Meeting in October. With questions, please contact
JACKSON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS- www.jacksoncf.org
SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS BY CATEGORY
Scholarships Open to a Varity of Fields
- Dennis J. Beck Memorial Scholarship (Ethnic Minority-non-Caucasian)
- Marvin W. and Rosaline A. Brandau Scholarship
- Dorothy and Dick Burgess Scholarship (Proof of financial Need)
- James M. and Helen M. Crowley Scholarship (Jackson County resident)
- Stacy Lynn Davis Scholarship (GPA of 3.0 or Higher)
The Revised Erma E. Biedermann Scholarship (High School senior, demonstrate financial need, minimum of a 2.5 GPA) (See Mrs. Hale or Ms. Seyoum)
June Danby and Pat Pearse Education Scholarship (High School Senior graduating from a Jackson County Public H.S, 3.2 GPA or higher, participation in community serviceand/ or volunteer activities)
- Bernice Barabash Sports Scholarship( Students in grades 7 through 12 who play hockey in Jackson County
- Cosmetology Scholarship-Melissa Eleanor Ernest Scholarship (Adult returning to school, graduating high school senior or student already enrolled in an accredited institution of Cosmetology in the US)
- Manufacturing-Dennis J. Beck Memorial Scholarship (Ethnic Minority)
- Antonia Dellas Memorial Scholarship (high school senior who hold a 3.25 GPA or higher)
- Martha and Oliver Hansen Memorial Scholarship (Holds 2.5 GPA or higher and Majoring in Education with the intention of teaching in the classroom)
- John and Marion Selby Engineering Scholarship
- The Eileen J Smith, RN Memorial Scholarship ( Major in Medical Profession)
- Paul Tejada Memorial Scholarship (GPA 3.0 or Higher and plan to pursue a degree in health services administration, nursing or human medicine)
- Sue Walicki Nursing Scholarship (A Jackson County Resident-plan to start, continue or advance education in the field of Nursing or a Nursing related field)
High School-Specific Scholarships
- Eleanor A. Earnest Scholarship (for small Jackson County High Schools with less than 148 in graduation class)
- ADCO Founders Scholarship (Dependents of ADCO Products, Inc)
- Auxiliary of Foote Hospital Scholarship (Dependent child of Foote Hospital employees)
- MACI Scholarship (Dependents of MACI employees)
- Ronald McDonald House Charities. Deadline February 16, 2009. The RMHC Scholarship Program is comprised of 4 individual scholarship programs. Visit their website at www.rmhc.org for more information.
- Michigan Gem and Mineral Society Scholarship. Deadline February 1, 2011. A criterion is based on a minimum of 2.8 GPA, Community Service, Financial Need and Letters of recommendation. The scholarship contains a 250 word essay and must address your commitment to Earth Sciences, which may include Geology, Mineralogy or Lapidary Arts or Career and Educational Goals. Applications are available in the counseling center.
- NALS of Jackson County Scholarship. Deadline December 10, 2010. Candidate must be a high school senior intent on enrolling in a school of advanced education in the legal field. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of scholastic achievement, future career goals and the ability to enroll in the fall term of 2009. Applications are available in the counseling center.
- McCurdy Memorial Foundation and Emily Scofield Charitable Trust Scholarships. Deadline March 13, 2009. Eligible Applicants are seniors who reside in Calhoun County and will be attending college full time. Selection criteria is the students show initiative and effort demonstrated through leadership, citizenship, work ethic, community service, educational record and financial need. Applications are available in the counseling center.
- Michigan Oil and Gas Producers Education Foundation Scholarship. Deadline April 1, 2009. Qualified applicants must have been accepted for enrollment at a Michigan University or Community College, have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need. The applicant must also be pursuing a degree in an energy related field of study with the ambition of seeking to obtain full-time employment in the oil and gas industry, an energy related industry or an allied industry. There will be a $500 scholarship awarded to the top five applicants. The application is available at www.mogpef.org
- 2009 American Legion Scholarships. Deadlines vary per scholarship. There are five Figure Scholarships open to Michigan H.S students. Oratorical, Student Trooper Program, Brewer and Wilson Scholarship, American Legion Baseball Scholarship, Eagle Scout of the Year and Boys State Scholarship. Visit their web site for applications at www.michiganlegion.org
CP Federal Credit Union Scholarship. Deadline April 10. 2009. Students who are eligible must be a current member of CP Federal Credit Union. All applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher and plan to enter college in the next academic year. Applications are available in the counseling center.
KFC Colonel’s Scholars-Deadline February 10, 2009. The online application is available December 1st thru the deadline. The application is available at www.kfcscholars.org
A student must meet the criteria: Graduating from high school this academic year, maintain a GPA of 2.75 or higher, enroll in a public, in-state college or university, be a US citizen or resident and be pursuing a bachelor’s degree
Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts 2009 High School scholarship competition. December 6th, 2008. For full details visit www.specshoward.edu/scholarships.
This scholarship is for students planning on attending this school.
Davenport University Scholarships. Deadlines vary, please visit their web site at www.davenport.edu or call 1-800-686-1600.
Society of Women Engineers Scholarship. Deadline February 27, 2009. Visit their website for applications at http://swedetriot.org SWE awards over $5,000 in scholarships to exceptional high school senior women who intend to pursue a college degree in engineering
Toyota Community Scholars Scholarships for Students. Visit their web site at www.toyota.com/communityscholars Eligibility is students must be a senior with GPA of 3.0 or better, be actively involved in a service organization or project, and plan to pursue an undergraduate degree at an accredited four-year college or university
AAA Michigan School Safety Patrol Scholarship Program. Deadline April 17th, 2009. Scholarships of $1,000 will be awarded to two graduating seniors attending high school that can show documented proof of AAA Michigan School Safety Patrol participation, good academic standing and a strong record of involvement in the community and extra curricular activities. One application is accepted per school. Applications are available in the counseling center.
State of Michigan-Children of Veterans Tuition Grant. Applications are available at www.michigan.gov/osg. Eligibility-Student must be a natural or adopted child of a MI veteran. Must be older than 16 and less than age 26. Veteran must have been KIA or died from another cause while serving in a war or war condition in which the U.S. was or participations or as a result of a service-connected illness or injury died or become totally and permanently disabled.
The American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship Program. For dates, sites and deadline information visit their website at www.legion.org. You are eligible to participate in the American Legion Scholarship if you are a citizen or resident of the US; under the age of 20 years and must be enrolled in a high school or junior college. 1st place $18,000-2nd place $16,000 and 3rd place $14,000.
RARE Foundation Scholarship. Deadline February 27th, 2009. The RARE foundation is pleased to announce its second annual “Everyday Hero” writing scholarship competition for seniors. Please visit their website at www.rarefoundation.org
Girls State. Deadline March 1st. There are several scholarships available for females involved in Girls State. Please contact American Legion Auxiliary at 517-267-8809 x 19 for more information. Information also available in the counseling center.
American Business Women’s Association-Virgo Chapter-Scholarship. Applications must be received by March 28th. In order to be eligible, candidates must be women who: • Will be college First or Second Year • Are attending Davenport, LCC, or Great Lakes College • Have a GPA of 2.5 or better To receive an application, interested parties should send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to: VIRGO CHAPTER, Marian E. Smith, 1078 Harrinton Ln, East Lansing, MI 48823
The Horatio Alger Scholarship Program-please see their web page for more information-at www.horatioalger.com
EECU Community Credit Union Scholarship. Deadline April 10, 2009. EECU is awarding two $1,000 scholarships to area high school 2009 graduates who demonstrate excellence in both academics and community service. Students must be members of EECU to be considered. Complete an application and drop it off at one of their three braches or it can be mailed. Applications are available in the counseling center
Foster youths or Former Foster children can get help paying for college. There are several websites; Western Michigan University- www.wmich.edu/finaid/fyit University of Michigan- www.finaid.umich.edu MSU- www.finaid.msu.edu Michigan Department of Human Services www.michigan.gov/dhs The Orphan Foundation of America- http://orphan.org/index.php?id=30
www.MeritAid.com helps students find merit-based scholarship opportunities before they apply. Visit their website for more information
American Legion Auxiliary, Girls State Program. Deadline for Scholarships vary. American Legion offers several scholarships including, Medical Career Scholarship, Memorial Scholarship, National Presidents Scholarship, Girls Scout Award, Non-Traditional Scholarship and Spirit of Youth. Information can be found at www.boysandgirlsstate.org.
Michigan Retailers Association Scholarship Program. Deadline-Applications must be requested by March 14th and submitted by April 1st. To be eligible, the student or his/her parent must be employed at a business that is a member of MRA. Apply online at: www.retailers.com
Adrian College Full-Tuition Scholarship. For students currently ranked 1 or 2 in their senior class and complete admission process. Apply on line at http://www.adrian.edu
Eastern Michigan University Alumni Association Scholarship. Deadline March 2009. This $1,000 scholarship is renewable for four consecutive years for a maximum of $4,000. The award is not based on financial need. Scholarship information is available online at www.emich.edu/alumni/awards.scholar.html.
Lansing Community College-Award and Scholarship Programs. Deadline February 2009. Award booklet is available in the counseling center. Also visit their website at www.lcc.edu.
Rare Foundation-Everyday Heroes Writing Scholarship-Deadline February 2009. Submit an original, well-documented essay of at least 500 words on the theme, “My Everyday Hero-A True Difference Maker.” Winners will be selected based on: Strength of your idea, Organization of Essay, Specificity of examples supporting the theme, Depth of research, and Creativity of work. Rules and entry forms are available at www.rarefoundation.org
Tuition Funding Source provides students with access to the world’s largest scholarship database along with college and career information. The Information is free of charge. Go to www.TuitionFundingSources.com Click on Login and then the First Time User link. If you have further questions call 7-800-232-4004
NALS of Michigan Scholarship. NALS of Michigan is offering two annual scholarships to those enrolled, or planning to enroll in a school or advanced education pursuing a degree in the legal field. Scholarships are in the amount of $1,000. Call 517-787-5233 or visit www.nalsofmichigan.org
The Michigan Nursing Scholarship - The Michigan Nursing Scholarship is a non-need based award available to Michigan residents enrolled at least half time at an eligible institution in a program leading to a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) certification, Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), or Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN). Students will be selected for scholarship awards by their college or university financial aid office. Scholarship awards are for $4,000 per academic year for full-time students, but cannot exceed the cost of attendance minus other grants and scholarships.
More information on The Michigan Nursing Scholarship.
www.scholarships.com is a scholarship search that will help locate personalized scholarships. Visit their website for more information
Baker College Career Scholarships. Deadline May 1st. There are a limited number of scholarship award available for future Baker College students. All interested students may fill out and mail a request for information card-then an application for admission will be mailed to you. The scholarship application is available aslo on line. at www.baker.edu MeritAid.com. Deadlines Vary. This is a free instant custom report of merit aid scholarships available. Merit aid is awarded to students with a broad range of GPA's. There are merit aid scholarships for students based on their interestes, intended majors, leadership and community service.
Tine University-Formerly Tri-State University. Deadlines Vary Many before January 2009. Visit their website for more information Oakland University. Deadlines Vary. Visit their webstie at www.oakland.edu/financialaid.
Central Michigan University Scholarships. Deadlines Vary. Centralis Scholarship Competition has a deadline of October 25th, 2008. Apply now at www.cmich.edu/centralis
SAE International Engineering Scholarships. Deadline December 1, 2008. For full details, applications and FAQ's visit www.sae.org/students/engschlr.htm
John F Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest. All essays must be submitted by January 1th, 2009. Visit their website at www.jfklibrary.org
Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship Athletics Citizenship. Deadline October 1st, 2008. The online application must be completed no later than 5:00pp. The link to the application is www.wendysheisman.com. This scholarship is for student-athletes who work hard, are dedicated and have become role models for your school's unederclassman.
AXA Deadline December 15, 2008. Winners are students who set and reach ambitious goals, demonstrate drive, determination and ability to succeed in college and who have respect for self, family and community. Visit www.axa-achievement.com
The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation will award 250 scholarships totaling $3,000,000 to motivated, dedicated, involved high school seniors who are college-bound. Students must apply on-line. The scholarships can be used for any line of study at any accredited U.S. College or university. Apply on-line by Oct. 31st at www.coca-colascholars.org
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Michigan Student Financial Aid Programs
Michigan Competitive Scholarship - 1-888-4-grants (1-888-447-2687)
This program is available to undergraduates pursuing their first degree on at least a half time basis at a participating Michigan postsecondary institution students must demonstrate both financial need and merit eligible applicants must take the act and achieve a qualifying score prior to entering college to apply file a free application for federal student aid available at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Questions regarding this program can be directed by email to
MichiganTuition Grant - 1-888-4-grants (1-888-447-2687)
This program is available to students with financial need who attend independent, degree granting nonprofit Michigan postsecondary education institutions on at least a half time basis to apply file a free application for federal student aid available at www.fafsa.ed.gov . Questions regarding this program can be directed by email
Michigan Promise Scholarship - 1-888-4-grants (1-888-447-2687)
This program provides scholarships to high school graduates for successfully completing two years of postsecondary education all students that took the MME have the opportunity to receive scholarship assistance if they complete the programs postsecondary education requirements.www.fafsa.ed.gov
Adult PartTime Grant - 1-888-4-grants (1-888-447-2687)
This grant is intended for financially needy independent undergraduates who have been out of school for at least two years eligible students must enroll at a participating Michigan postsecondary institution on a part time basis to apply file a free application for federal student aid. www.fafsa.ed.gov
Michigan Education Opportunity Grant - 1-888-4-grants (1-888-447-2687)
This grant is available for needy undergraduates who enrolled on at least a half time basis at a Michigan public community college or university to apply file a free application for federal student aid. www.fafsa.ed.gov
Michigan Work Study - 1-888-4-grants (1-888-447-2687)
The program provides work opportunities to help needy undergraduates or graduate students pay educational expenses qualifying students must enroll at a participating postsecondary institution on at least a half time basis award amount varies based on need wage and hours worked to apply file a free application for federal student aid. www.fafsa.ed.gov
Tuition Incentive Program - 1-888-4-grants (1-888-447-2687)
This is a incentive program that encourages eligible students to complete high school by providing tuition assistance for the first two years of college and beyond identified Medicaid eligible students who graduate from high school or complete their GED before age 20 must enroll at participating Michigan postsecondary institution on at least a half time basis. www.fafsa.ed.gov
Michigan Nursing Scholarship - 1-888-4-grants (1-888-447-2687)
This is an award available to students enrolled at a participating Michigan post secondary institution on at least a half time basis in a program leading to a licensed practical nurse certification associate degree in nursing bachelor of science in nursing or master of science in nursing students are selected for scholar ship awards by their college or university fulfilling a work commitment is required or the scholarship must be repaid. www.fafsa.ed.gov
Children of Veteran’s Tuition Grant - 1-888-4-grants (1-888-447-2687)
This program is designed to provide undergraduate tuition assistance to certain children of Michigan veterans to be eligible a student must be the natural or adopted child of a Michigan veteran and between 16 and 26 of age qualifying students must enroll at a participating Michigan postsecondary institution on at least a half time basis the veteran must be deceased or totally and permanently disabled due to service related causes or be listed as MIA. www.fafsa.ed.gov
Federally Guaranteed Student Loans - 1-800-MGA-LOAN (1-800-642-5626
If scholar ships and grants do not meet your entire educational need call the Michigan guaranty agency for info about obtaining a federally guaranteed student loan through the federal family education loan program. www.fafsa.ed.gov
- Fed. Subsidized Stafford loans
- Fed. Unsubsidized Stafford loans
- Fed. Plus loans
- Fed. Grad plus loans
Michigan Education Trust (MET) - 1-800-MET-4-KID (1800-638-4543)
Guaranteed tuition program and provides parents, grandparents and others the opportunity to pre purchase tuition at today rate for a Michigan child to attend college in the future MET savings are eligible for a state of Michigan income tax deduction. www.setwithmet.com
Michigan Education. Savings Program (MESP) - 1-877-861-MESP (1-877-861-6377)
A investment /savings program that provides families with a flexible way to save for a Childs higher ed. Expenses savings can be used at any eligible educational institution in the nation MESP savings are eligible for a State of Michigan income tax deduction up to 10,000for joint filers. www.misaves.com
2011-2012 NATIONAL TEST DATES
Test Date Registration Deadline
December 10, 2011 November 4, 2011
February 11, 2012 January 13, 2012
April 14, 2012 March 9, 2012
June 9, 2012 May 4, 2012
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