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Tuition & Funding

2019–20 Doctoral TUITION

Full-term (Fall and Winter)

Michigan
Resident

Michigan
Non-Resident

Full-Time (12-18 credits)

$12,177

$24,591

Part-Time First Hour

$1,695

$3,074

Part-Time Additional Hours

$1,311

$2,690

Fees

$164.19

$164.19

Candidacy

$6,489

 

Half-term (Spring and Summer)

Michigan
Resident

Michigan
Non-Resident

Full-Time (5+ credits)

$6,747

$13,642

Part-Time First Hour

$1,503

$2,882

Additional Hours

$1,311

$2,690

Fees

$82.10

$82.10

Candidacy

$3,245

 

 

Tuition and Fees are subject to change without notice by the Regents of the University.

Tuition rates are based on student’s residence classification, class standing, number of credit hours registered, and term. Other factors affect undergraduate tuition rates such as dual enrollment, non-degree status, and course loads over 18 credit hours per semester. 

A student may be charged a laboratory or other supplemental fee per class. Some programs may have particular fees associated with them, and students should contact their School or College to verify if their program carries additional fees. A Health Service Fee of $199 and an Infrastructure Maintenance Fee of $185 is included in all “Full Time” and “First Credit Hour” tuition amounts.

International Student Fee
This is a fee assessed to enrolled international students studying in F and J visa status each term of enrollment. The fee is $500 in a full term, $250 in the spring or summer half term.

Disenrollment Fees
Students who register and subsequently withdraw after the term begins will be charges a registration and disenrollment fee of $130.

Late Registration Fees
Beginning the first day of the term, a $50.00 late registration fee will be assessed for students who have not previously registered for that term. The late registration fee is increased by $25.00 at the beginning of each subsequent month.

Funding for doctoral students

Funding for students admitted into our doctoral programs includes tuition, health and dental benefits for students and their families, and a stipend for living expenses. Each of the programs also provide additional support for conference travel, research projects, and writing. Funding for each program is described in greater detail below. All funding packages are contingent upon maintaining good academic standing.

 

Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education (CSHPE)

To help ensure student success, CSHPE only admits students with multiple years of funding support, including at least four years of tuition and a monthly stipend (fall and winter terms). CSHPE also provides health care over the entire year for students and their families (fall, winter, and spring/summer terms). In addition, CSHPE offers both summer funding opportunities and educational stipends during students' second, third, and fourth years of enrollment to help meet educational expenses such as conference travel, research, etc.

Please send all inquiries about CSHPE doctoral program funding to cshpe.info@umich.edu.

 

Combined Program in Education and Psychology (CPEP)

CPEP guarantees admitted students five years of funding, which includes tuition and registration fees, health and dental benefits for students and their families, and a stipend for living expenses (fall/winter terms as well as three summers). CPEP also provides support for conference travel and research projects.

Please send all inquiries about CPEP doctoral program funding to cpep@umich.edu.

 

Educational Studies (ES)

ES guarantees all admitted students five years of full funding (fall and winter terms), as well as health care over the entire academic year for students and their families (fall, winter, spring/summer terms). Students may also apply for conference travel, research, candidacy tuition (if our funding commitment to you expires), and dissertation funding.

Please send all inquiries about ES doctoral program funding to edstudiesphd.info@umich.edu.

 

Joint Program in English and Education (JPEE)

JPEE guarantees all admitted students five years of full funding (fall and winter terms) to cover tuition costs, as well as a stipend for living expenses (fall and winter terms) and Grad Care health insurance for students and their families. JPEE also provides additional support for conference travel, research projects, and spring/summer research and writing.

Each student in JPEE receives a 20-hour-per-week assignment as a graduate student research assistant, graduate student staff assistant, or graduate student instructor. Students' progress is reviewed annually by faculty and awards are contingent upon maintaining good academic standing.

Please send all inquiries about JPEE doctoral program funding to ed.jpee@umich.edu.

CONNECT WITH US

Contact

(734) 764-9470
 

Location

610 E. University Avenue
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1259

Office Hours

Monday–Friday
8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.