If you are a frontline worker, you are eligible to earn a degree at Wayne County Community College District, free of charge. Apply through the State of Michigan or talk to us today! The application deadline is December 31, 2020.
How to get started
Your first step in enrolling is to determine your eligibility through the State of Michigan. Then you can apply to WCCCD.
If you prefer to start by speaking to someone at WCCCD, call us at 313-496-2600.
The Wayne County Community College District is proud to support the Futures for Frontliners program, and to join the State of Michigan and other public and private partners to help frontline workers create a better future for themselves and their families.
What is Futures for Frontliners?
Who is eligible for Futures for Frontliners?
This tuition-free program is available to workers who have risked their health and lives to help us through the COVID-19 pandemic, including:
- Hospital and nursing home staff
- Grocery store employees
- Childcare providers serving critical infrastructure workers
- Personal protective equipment manufacturers
- Public safety employees
- Garbage collection workers
- Delivery drivers
The program is part of Governor Whitmer's 60 by 30 initiative, which will increase the number of Michigan citizens with a post-secondary credential to 60% by 2030 to meet the demand for skilled workers.
Apply to determine your eligibility (State of Michigan)
If you are not sure about your eligibility, please contact us, and we will help you. If you are not eligible for this program, we will help you determine your eligibility for other forms of financial aid that can help you reach your goals through a Wayne County Community College District education.
How do I enroll in Futures for Frontliners at Wayne County Community College District?
What academic and workforce programs can I sign up for?
Futures for Frontliners students may enroll in any of WCCCD’s 120 academic degree and certificate programs.
You may browse all WCCCD programs to find the one that most interests you.
Who can I talk to about this program and how to succeed in it?
Our Student Success Team can help you determine your best academic or workforce program, advise you on enrolling, and help you set up a course plan.
Call us at 313-496-2600 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The State of Michigan Futures for Frontliners website has a section containing frequently-asked questions on the following topics:
- Funding and costs
- Applying for College
- Scholarship Renewal
- Applying for the Scholarship