Tuition & Funding


Full-term (Fall and Winter)



Full-Time (12-18 credits)



Part-Time First Hour



Part-Time Additional Hours







Half-term (Spring and Summer)



Full-Time (6–9 credits)



Part-Time First Hour



Additional Hours







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 charged 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.

Scholarships for Undergraduate Students


School of Education scholarship opportunities

Every year, the School of Education offers an increasing number of scholarships for currently enrolled undergraduates, post-baccalaureate students, community college transfer students, and four-year college transfer students.

We select students for scholarships based on several factors, including the amount of funds available each year and the number of students deemed eligible to receive our support. When making funding decisions, our scholarship review committees consider students’ demonstrated financial need as determined by the Office of Financial Aid (OFA), academic merit as determined by the program, and/or a combination of both. Students do not formally apply for the School of Education’s scholarships. You will automatically be considered.

We believe that we are unique among our peer institutions in that we strategically leverage our need-based scholarship offers to reduce our students’ self-help (students’ need-based loans, Work Study awards, and in some cases both). We review students’ eligibility for our scholarships throughout the spring and summer term every academic year.

Other scholarship opportunities

The Center for the Education of Women+
Community foundations in your area (e.g., Ann Arbor Community Foundation)
Regional Alumni Clubs
Housing employment opportunities


Michigan Residents can qualify for the Go Blue Guarantee for families with incomes $65,000 or under and assets below $50,000.  The University of Michigan is the only public university in Michigan that covers 100% of demonstrated financial need of eligible Michigan residents.

U-M Financial Aid


We encourage you to seek resources for which you may be eligible through the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid (OFA). OFA provides information about scholarships, grants, loans, and emergency assistance, as well as work-study and other employment opportunities.

All applicants who need financial aid are encouraged to apply through OFA by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid and a CSS/Financial Aid Profile. Please use U-M’s federal code 002325 to complete the FAFSA and U-M’s CSS code 1839 to complete the profile. Both forms become available on October 1 every year.

Connect with us


(734) 615-1528


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

Office Hours

8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.