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High school students micro-scholarships is an organization that enables students to earn "micro-scholarship" funds throughout high school in recognition of their academic achievements and outstanding accomplishments. Students can earn micro-scholarships during each year in high school. establishes relationships ("partners") with higher education institutions throughout the United States that will incorporate the micro-scholarships in their institution's financial aid awards. Wayne State University is a partner.

Students must meet three requirements to receive their micro-scholarships at Wayne State University. First, they must apply and be accepted for regular admission. Second, they must have an un-weighted 3.0 high school grade point average by December 1 of the senior year. Third, they must apply for financial aid by submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Note: Students who are eligible for need-based financial aid based on their FAFSA data may receive a total scholarship amount that is higher than their high school micro-scholarship amount. The total scholarship amount will include the micro-scholarship. It will not be in addition to the micro-scholarship.

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