Community Service Personnel Scholarship
The University of Michigan-Dearborn provides a scholarship valued at 20% of tuition and fees for public safety employees at partnering organizations. The scholarship is available for degree-seeking students and can be used for undergraduate and graduate programs.
Current Participating Public Safety Organizations:
Allen Park Police Department
City of Dearborn Heights
Dearborn Police Department
Detroit Public Safety
Huron Township Police Department
Lathrup Village Public Safety
Macomb County Sheriff's Deparment
Monroe County Sheriff's Department
Novi Police Department
Oakland County Circuit Court
Oakland County Sheriff's Office
City of Plymouth
Southfield Public Safety
Taylor Police Department
The United States Department of Homeland Security,
Washtenaw County Circuit Court
Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office
Wayne County Sheriff's Office
Wayne County Circuit Court
Woodhaven Police Department
Overview of the Process
- The employee applies for admission, and if criteria are met, is admitted.
- The employee, civilian or sworn, must follow the normal process and requirements of the respective public safety tuition support program.
- The employee, civilian or sworn, requests an employment verification letter from their Human Resources Department.
- The Human Resources Department must fax the letter to UM-Dearborn's Financial Aid Office (Fax to 313-593-5313 to the attention of Sabrina Guyton).
- Upon receipt, the Office of Financial Aid will award the Community Service Personnel Scholarship by posting it to the studentís account. The student is responsible for paying tuition by the stated deadline for that semester. The student should pay the full tuition amount minus 20%.
When the Community Service Personnel Scholarship is initially posted to the studentís award, an estimated dollar amount will be listed. Typically, 10 days before the start of a semester, 20% of the tuition and fees will be automatically calculated and posted to the student's account. This value of the scholarship is based on 20% of tuition and fees for all courses enrolled. The amount of the scholarship is subject to change based on any changes in class schedule or employment.
Kevin Lewtschanyn in Admissions & Orientation at email@example.com
Susan Cushnier in College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sabrina Guyton in Financial Aid at email@example.com