Scholarships for Transfer Students
New transfer students will be automatically considered for the merit-based scholarships listed here. No additional application is necessary. For priority consideration, submit your application for admission by April 1. Please note, the transfer scholarships are for domestic students only.
Transfer Honors Scholarship
Transfer Recognition Scholarship
Transfer Success Scholarship
Phi Theta Kappa Award
Incoming transfer students with a 3.5 GPA and 45 earned college credits are eligible to compete for admission to the Honors Program and a scholarship worth $5,000 per semester.
Scholarships for Michigan high school graduates
The Michigan Achievement Scholarship program is free money from the State of Michigan to lower the cost of your college tuition by thousands of dollars per year. In fact, new 2023 MI high school graduates could receive up to $5,500 in the Michigan Achievement Scholarship starting with the 2023-2024 academic year!
- Recipients of Transfer Honors, Transfer Recognition and Phi Theta Kappa require full-time (12 credits) semester enrollment. Recipients of Transfer Success require half-time (6 credits) semester enrollment.
- Students may receive either the Transfer Honors Scholarship or Transfer Recognition Scholarship, but not both. Either Scholarship may also be combined with the Phi Theta Kappa Award. Recipients of the Transfer Success Scholarship require half-time (6 credits) semester enrollment and cannot combine with the Phi Theta Kappa Award.
- Estimated scholarships (i.e., outside agency) do not reduce the amount of tuition payable on October 1 and February 1. Students must make arrangements to pay for the total amount of tuition due to avoid a $100 late tuition fee and a $30 service charge.