Financial Aid / Scholarships

Financial Aid / Scholarships  

The FAFSA opens October 1st and is a free application to get money (grants, scholarships, and loans) to help pay for college. Contact Ms. Shrader or use the resources in your Google Classroom for more information.

Use the link below to start your FAFSA after October 1st, 2019.


For more information on state funded financial aid programs and the FAFSA, go to:

MI Student Aid  |  More FAFSA info


We will be announcing scholarships throughout the school year on Google Classroom and through emails. Students may contact Ms. Shrader, the college adviser, if they are in need of additional resources.

Scholarship Book 2019

Going Merry - Reliable, User-Friendly Scholarship Website

RaiseMe-Scholarship Opportunities/Resources (Great if you're interested in Lawrence Technological University, Hillsdale College, Madonna University, Western Michigan University, or Wayne State University)

Note to Juniors: 

Junior year is a great time to check out colleges and look at scholarship information. Although people often tell juniors to apply for scholarships, only seniors can actually apply for scholarships for freshman year in college. 

CEEB number

The CEEB number for Greenville High School is 231-790.  Colleges, ACT, and SAT all use this number.


PDF DocumentScholarship Scams Tip Sheet from FastWeb  Information from the FastWeb scholarship web site on avoiding scholarship scams.

PDF DocumentTips on Writing a Winning Essay Tips on Writing a Winning Essay: These are tips gathered from the book "Confessions of a Scholarship Judge" which offers some advice on what to do and not to do to win over the scholarship judges.

PDF DocumentInformation asked on your FSAID

PDF DocumentDirect Student Loans- Student  FSA Resource outlining the different types of student loans available for students who fill out the FAFSA

PDF DocumentDirect Student Loans- Parents Loan Documents: These are publications created by FSA ID and FAFSA to help parents and students understand the financial application of student loans.

TIP Fact Sheet  If you are a TIP eligible student, this form is a great starting point to better understand how to best use your TIP benefits. This will allow students who are TIP eligible to better understand the benefits of the TIP program and allow them to locate which schools are TIP eligible for Phase 1 and Phase 2.

US News & World Report Resources

Student Credit Cards
Private Student Loan Information
Loan Consolidation Information