The Michigan Adult Part-time Grant The Michigan Adult Part-time Grant is a grant of up to $600 per year for high-need students who are returning to school on a part Michigan Adult . Mar 22, 2011 · Michigan Adult Part Time Grants. The state of Michigan offers grants for financially needy adults who have been out of high school for two years or more, and will be attending school part time. They can qualify for up to $600 a year in grant money for up to two years. Adult Students in Scholastic Transition Scholarship4.5/5(2).
Michigan Tuition Grant. Up to $2,000 can be received per school year by students who are economically disadvantaged and want to attend an independent institution. Adult Part-Time Grant. For adults who are Michigan residents and attending college part-time. Must attend a state college or university. Can receive up to $600 per year for two years.6.7/10(11). Michigan Compiled Laws. (b) "APTG" means the adult part-time grant program as established by the act. (c) "Authority" means the Michigan higher education assistance authority created by Act No. 77 of the Public Acts of 1960, as amended, being S390.951 et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws.
Many colleges are offering special programs and incentives—including flexible class schedules and online courses, college credit for work and military experience, grade- and debt-forgiveness programs— as well as scholarships, tuition discounts and $2,000 in State grants (apply for the Adult Student Grant below!) on a first come, first serve. Mar 21, 2017 · March 2017 Peter Ruark, Senior Policy Analyst Currently, Michigan has no financial aid grants for students who have been out of high school for more than 10 years and want to go to a public university or community college. Eliminated in 2010, the Part-Time Independent Student Grant addresses this specific need and should be reinstated [ ].