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Seven years of increases to student financial aid

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Under the leadership of Governor Snyder and the Michigan Legislature, need-based student grants and scholarships in Michigan increased 31 percent (an additional $29 million) between FY 2012 and FY 2018 and approximately 28,000 Michigan Tuition Grant recipients earned Bachelor's Degrees.
Michigan's students thank you!

It has been an important seven years for Michigan's college students. Thanks to the leadership of Governor Snyder and the Michigan Legislature, need-based student grants and scholarships awarded in Michigan increased 31 percent adding roughly $29 million additional dollars into need-based grant and scholarship programs that help students earn degrees sooner.

During this seven-year period, approximately 28,000 Michigan Tuition Grant recipients earned Bachelor's Degrees.

The Tuition Incentive Program (TIP) increased 33 percent (additional $14.5 million).

The Michigan Competitive Scholarship (MCS) increased 44 percent (additional $8 million).

The Michigan Tuition Grant (MTG) increased 20 percent (additional $6.4 million).