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    Free Tuition Program at University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

    I apologize if this has already been posted. University of Michigan at Ann Arbor now has a free tuition program for in-state students who come from families that make up to $65,000. If your family makes more than that, families that make up to $125,000 often qualify for scholarships and grants that cover half of the tuition.

    Will Michigan’s Free-Tuition Guarantee Change the Game for Low-Income Students? - The Chronicle of Higher Education
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    I'm glad they offer this for in-state teens. But the title of us got me excited. :(.

    "Free Tuition for Currently Enrolled Michigan High Schoolers" would have been a better article title for Chronicle to use; free tuition for only teens ignores adult learners whose parents didn't/couldn't help them when they were a teen, or currently enrolled U of M college students. Maybe U of M could offer this to low earning adult students in-state too. It's frustrating that all these programs for "free tuition" are popping up now, when there was nothing like this when we were young. What's the difference in giving Michigan teens vs adults free tuition for in-state... if they went to Michigan high schools at some point, and earned some GPA at some point in time?

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