Application deadline has passed
If you haven't taken advantage of the Futures for Frontliners program yet, the deadline to apply and participate has passed.
If you're 21 or older, you may still be eligible to attend GRCC tuition-free through GRCC Reconnect.
What costs does Futures for Frontliners cover?
- Tuition and mandatory fees at the resident tuition rate.
- Students who live outside of the Kent Intermediate School District (KISD) will receive a cost savings on their tuition rate, but their associate degree or certificate will not be tuition-free. Students will pay the difference between the resident and non-resident rate.
- Federal and State of Michigan financial aid can only be used to cover the cost of classes required to complete your current active program of study. You can view your current program of study by logging into your MyGRCC account and selecting your Online Center. Once in your Online Center, select the Academic Progress tile to review the courses required for your program of study. You also can see which courses are left to be taken.
- If you transfer credits from another college, those transfer credits may be applied toward your program of study and reduce the number of classes required to complete your degree. Be sure to work closely with your academic advisor and use the resources in your MyGRCC account to select and enroll in only those classes required to complete your program of study.
To continue receiving your scholarship award, you must:
- Continue to be a Michigan resident.
- Beginning in Summer 2023 and moving forward, students will not need to be enrolled halftime to be eligible.
- Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in the courses you take towards your associate degree or certificate as a Michigan Futures for Frontliners student.
- Complete the FAFSA annually.
- If you have experienced a circumstance that impacted your ability to meet the above continuous enrollment requirement, please review the appeal form and process: Futures for Frontliners and Reconnect Continuous Enrollment Appeal Form. Appeals should be submitted no more than one semester prior to your return.
- More information is available at Michigan.gov.