How and w h en to app ly Application deadline: February 1 of sophomore year at U-M Prerequisites: Economics 101 and 102, one course from Race and Ethnicity (RE), and another introductory social science course Apply online at: fordschool.umich.edu/ba/admissions. Ford School scholarship assistance is available. In addition, we offer financial assistance for unpaid internships. www.fordschool.umich.edu/ba
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Few of us are born great. Gerald Ford arrived in Ann Arbor with $200 and no University scholarship support. He worked two jobs—even donated blood to make ends meet—while carrying a full academic load and playing both offense and defense for the Wolverines. As President of the United States, he tackled some of the greatest policy challenges of his era. How will you make a difference?