InvictusFortis wrote:You get it in grad plus or private. Michigan doesn't have an EFC from what I understand. They don't look at parental income when deciding, or so they claim.
Guys hold up -- Michigan does have an EFC line in the award eligibility summary. In my case, the EFC is MY contribution, which is definitely not in line with reality. As they determine "remaining aid" by subtracting EFC, scholly money, and Stafford eligibility from the total COA amount, I am worried that this means that I would have to borrow the EFC in private loans as opposed to in grad plus (which was my original plan). I guess the more accurate question is if "remaining aid" is the same as the grad plus eligible amount or not.