As a non-profit school DIG strives to graduate debt free students. If a student is struggling with finances while attending school, there are options available to investigate.
Soil2Service – as the operating nonprofit parent entity of DIG, scholarships and grants are frequently offered to help students at DIG.
Michigan Works Offices – DIG is an approved program under the Workforce Innovation Opportunities Act (WIOA) in the state of Michigan. Student’s may qualify for tuition assistance by contacting their local Michigan Works Office.
Private Loans – Students may qualify for a personal loan. Many financial institutions offer personal loans at competitive interest rates. While this may not be ideal, it offers a solution to help bridge financial gaps.