What is the Detroit Scholarship Fund?
The Detroit Scholarship Fund (DSF), administered by the Detroit Regional Chamber, ensures that any Detroit-resident student graduating in the spring of 2014 from a high school in the city of Detroit will have a tuition-free path to an associate degree or technical certificate at any one of five participating community colleges.
In 2011, Governor Rick Snyder announced his intention to provide Detroit high school graduates with a tuition-free path to an associate degree or technical certificate. The Detroit Regional Chamber is now pleased to administer the Detroit Scholarship Fund to fulfill the Governor’s pledge.
How do I qualify?
- Attend any high school in the city of Detroit for at least two years and graduate from a Detroit high school in the spring of 2014 (must be a Detroit resident). This includes schools operated by Detroit Public Schools (DPS) and the Education Achievement Authority (EAA), as well as self-governing, charter, private, alternative, and parochial schools.
- Successfully complete and submit the FAFSA by June 30, 2014.
- Register for the DSF by June 30, 2014.
- Be admitted to a participating community college.
- Participate in the mandatory student academic success activities as outlined by the participating community colleges. This may include orientation sessions, study groups and/or classes on academic success.