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Alumni Building, ALU 117
Big Rapids, MI 49307
Graduate Students who are in good standing in a degree program are eligible to elect courses at several graduate schools in Michigan with the approval of both Host and Home faculty. This program for guest scholars enables graduate students to take advantage of unique educational opportunities throughout the state. Contact the Michigan Tech Graduate School for a list of participating Universities and MIGS liaison officers.
Fees and Financial Aid: Students on a MIGS enrollment pay tuition and other fees normally charged by the Host University for the services rendered. Students on MIGS enrollment are not eligible for financial aid from the Host Institution.
Residency Status: A student's residency status is the same as at the Home Institution.
Credit: All credit earned under a MIGS enrollment will be accepted by a student’s Home Institution as agreed and posted according to the practices of transcription of the Home Institution.
Grades: Grades earned in MIGS courses may be applied toward the Home Institution grade point average or used for credit toward a graduate degree as allowed by the Home Institution's policy.
Part-Time: A student may combine a part-time enrollment at the Home University with a part-time MIGS enrollment with approval if the student’s academic advisor (and SEVIS officer for international F-1 students).
Fellowships: MIGS participation does not necessarily impact fellowship commitments made by a Home University for a given period. Financial aid issues should be negotiated by the student and appropriate officials prior to participating at MIGS.
Enrollments: Enrollments are limited to the minimum number of credits required for full-time graduate status at the Home Institution.
Transcripts: The student is responsible for arranging to have transcripts certifying completion of work under a MIGS enrollment sent from the Host Institution to the Home Institution.