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University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Overview & Deadlines

Overview

Founded:
1817
Location:
Ann Arbor, MI
Setting:
College Town
Tuition and Fees:
$12,634
Selectivity:
More Selective
Academic calendar:
Trimester
Public/Private:
Public
Application Fee:
$65
Religious Affiliation:
None
Contact Information:
(734) 764-7433
ugadmiss@umich.edu

Deadlines

Regular application deadline:
2/1/2014
Early application deadline:
11/1/2013
Financial aid deadline:
5/31/2014

Admissions

Application Information

Application Fee:
$65

Admission Statistics

Acceptance rate:
41%
Percent admitted who enroll:
39%

Incoming Freshman Class Profile

Top half of HS class:
100%
Top quarter of HS class:
97%
Top tenth of HS class:
97%
SAT Verbal:
590-690
SAT Math:
640-750
SAT Writing:
610-710
ACT Composite:
27-31
ACT English:
27-33
ACT Math:
27-33
ACT Writing:
26-31

Admissions and Enrollment

Admissions Factors

Transfer acceptance rate:
40%

Admissions Office Contact Info

Contact Information:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions University of Michigan 1220 Student Activities Building 515 E. Jefferson Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1316
Website:
http://www.admissions.umich.edu/contact.html
(734) 764-7433
ugadmiss@umich.edu
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Costs and Aid

Cost

Tuition and Fees:
$12,634
Books and supplies:
$1,048
Total On Campus:
$56,328

Actual Cost by Income Level (w/ Fin. Aid)

Family Income $0 - $30K:
$4,778
Family Income $30 - $48K:
$7,055
Family Income $48 - $75K:
$13,136
Family Income $75 - $110K:
$18,167
Family Income $110 and up:
$21,973

Financial Aid

Students fin. aid:
64%
Federal grants:
18%
Other grants or scholarships:
47%
Students receiving federal loans:
37%

General Information

Financial aid deadline:
5/31/2014

Student Life

Student Body

Total undergraduate enrollment:
27407
Total grad students:
14897
% Out-of-State:
34%
% In-State:
66%
Women:
49%
Men:
51%
Student organizations:
1139
Fraternities:
36
Sororities:
22

Student Diversity

% Hispanic/Latino:
4%
% Black or African-American:
4%
% White or Caucasian:
66%
% Asian:
12%

Housing

On-Campus Housing:
False
% of students living on campus:
37%

Academics

Faculty and Classes

Student:Faculty Ratio:
12:1
Total Faculty (Full-Time):
5849

Career Outcomes