FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
- Scholarships can be found on edmondo.com, please click on link below for further information.
(Springport's code to sign in is: uydnk2)
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) -www.fafsa.ed.gov/
FAFSA Application Deadlines:
Scholarship Search Sites
Michigan Promise Scholarships
Starting with this fall’s senior class, every high school student who attends college in Michigan will receive a $4,000 scholarship. The money is good for a two-or four-year public or private school or technical training program. In addition, students who score well on high school assessment tests will get $2,000 more-$1,000 in each of their freshman and sophomore years. That’s an incentive to study.
- Students must initiate the use of their scholarship within 2 years of high school graduation and all funds must be fully utilized within 4 years of initiation.
- Students must achieve a cumulative college GPA of 2.5
For information and an application for the Michigan Promise Scholarship, contact the school district guidance office.