Central Michigan University provides support for mixed-status families.
From the Manual of University Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines:
"Federal and state law does NOT prohibit the admission of an undocumented student, nor does it require a prospective student to prove citizenship to receive admission to colleges and universities."
Receiving in-state tuition
To receive in-state tuition, all students (undergraduate, graduate, and online) need to supply a permanent U.S. address in any state or territory and a transcript of a full U.S. high school experience.
CMU's merit-based scholarships
are available to all long-term resident, DACA-mented and undocumented students. Federal financial aid (Pell grants, work-study, etc.) require the submission of a FAFSA form.
State of Michigan Guide