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Yes. Undocumented or DACAmented students may qualify for in-state tuition rates if you can demonstrate that you attended an accredited Michigan high school and accredited Michigan middle or junior high school within 28 months of enrolling at U-M. In state residency is determined by the Registrar's Office. Please see the University of Michigan Guidelines for Qualifying for In-State Tuition for details.
Yes; however, there are very few full tuition awards available for any MSW student. The majority of School of Social Work merit-based awards cover only partial tuition amounts.
MSW applicants/students with DACA are eligible to apply for merit-based financial aid, SSW special programs (Child Welfare Scholarship Program, Community-Based Initiative in Detroit, Geriatric Scholarship Program, Global Activities Scholarship Program, Integrated Press enter to read full text...
SSW merit-based and special programs financial awards (Child Welfare Scholarship Program, Community-Based Initiative in Detroit, Geriatric Scholarship Program, Integrated Health Scholarship Program, Jewish Communal Leadership Program, National Community Scholars Press enter to read full text...
No. Students are not eligible to work without a valid EAD. Students cannot obtain a new GSI, GSRA or GSSA appointment without a valid EAD.
All graduate students appointed as graduate student instructor (GSI), graduate student research assistant (GSRA), or graduate student staff assistant (GSSA) positions (collectively referred to as GSA) positions are required to pass a background check. As part of the Press enter to read full text...
Students are not eligible to work without a valid EAD. If your EAD expires in the middle of the semester, an e-mail notification will be sent to the Human Resources contact person in your program and your appointment will be terminated. There are significant Press enter to read full text...
Students with DACA are hired and appointed using the standard process for graduate students.
As of October 6, 2017, the USCIS is no longer accepting applications for renewal. Please visit the USCIS DACA Renewal Guidance page for the most up-to-date information regarding the program.
No. Internationals students with an F-1 or J-1 visa issued by U-M Ann Arbor are required to have health insurance coverage while at the university. Since undocumented and DACAmented students do not have an F-1 or J-1 visa, they are not eligible for the U-M International Health Insurance (IHI) plan.
Yes. Students need to complete the regular enrollment process through Wolverine Access within the first 30 days of the appointment. You can also add eligible dependents who do not have a SSN to your health insurance during the enrollment process.
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School of Social Work
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