Costs of Attendance


UG costs

Total: $29,526

Out-of-state costs and discipline-specific tuition

The cost to attend varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships.

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Financial Aid

Financial Aid Awarded to Undergraduates (2016-17)

Overall Financial Aid
• 60% of Fall 2016 full-time undergraduates received financial aid of some type, including need-based loans, work study, and non-need-based scholarships.

Annual Need-Based Scholarships and Grants
• 31% of Fall 2016 full-time undergraduates received need-based grants or scholarships; the average award for the year was $19,648.

Annual Need-Based Loans and Work-Study
• 30% of Fall 2016 full-time undergraduates received need-based work-study and/or loans (not including parent loans); the average self-help award (including loans and work-study) for the year was $5,926.

Percent of Fall 2016 First-Time Students Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid

aid by type

NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source.

Undergraduate Admissions

Fall 2017


Admissions breakdown detail

Academic Preparation of New Freshman

Test(s) Required for Admission: SAT or ACT

Middle 50% of Test Score or GPA Range ACT SAT
Composite/Total 30-33  
Math 28-34 670-770
English 30-35  
Critical Reading   660-730
High School GPA (4-pt scale) 3.8 - 4.0

50% of admitted students have test scores within the ranges listed, 25% have scores above, and 25% have scores below.

Degrees and Areas of Study

Degrees Awarded at U-M in 2016-17

Bachelor 7,059
Master/Intermediate 4,442
Doctoral 813
Professional (Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy) 702
  Total: 13,016

Details about degrees awarded

Areas of Study with the Largest Number of Undergraduate Degrees Awarded in 2016-17

Engineering 17%
Social Sciences 11%
Psychology 10%
Biological/Life Sciences 9%
Business Administration 8%
Visual and Performing Arts 5%
All other degree areas 41%

U-M has 263 undergraduate majors, 124 doctoral and 261 master programs, as well as many dual-degree programs.

Undergraduate majors
Graduate programs

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