UM Expands Financial Aid Commitment
The University of Michigan has long done an outstanding job of providing financial aid to students from the Shiawassee region, and the Cook Family Foundation has extended its resources to help. UM is committed to cover 100 percent of demonstrated financial need of in-state students through use of public grants, private scholarships, and the University’s own significant endowment. The Cook Family Foundation helps by providing a scholarship to every student from 10 local high schools in the greater Shiawassee County area.
This year, the University has expanded its financial aid commitment with the Go Blue Guarantee which promises four years of free tuition to students from families earning less than $65,000. Go to www.goblueguarantee.umich.edu for full details and qualifying information. For students from families with more moderate incomes, the University provides grants, scholarships, and loans. The Cook Family Foundation provides its scholarships without consideration of family income. For many local students, UM is often the most affordable option for top quality higher education.
The Cook Family Foundation coordinates with the University of Michigan to ensure that students from the greater Shiawassee County region are able to attend this premier public university. We work with students, parents, and counselors to help them with the admission process and financial aid. Here is what some of these students say about us: click here to read testimonials
If you are a top student, or know one, we would like to introduce you to the opportunities available at the University Michigan. High school counselors would be happy to make an introduction and tell you more about working with us. On our website, you can read our scholarship page, and review some Frequently Asked Questions. At anytime in the process, feel free to give us a call, or send us an email. Here is our contact info. Also, follow us on Twitter @GoBlueGoBruce where we post lots of information about the University of Michigan and the admission process.
Nineteen top students from the Shiawassee region were awarded scholarships to the University of Michigan this year. You can see the list of these new Wolverines, read about some special scholarship winners, and learn about the Shiawassee Scholars program in our most recent newsletter. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, contact us.