University of Michigan-Dearborn Top Questions

Describe the students at your school.


This school is most simply described as diverse. There is a large Arabic population in Dearborn and those students get to share their culture in the school as well. I have learned some really cool things about that culture and made some new friends along the way. These students are also very intelligent. Compared to high school, the students are much more open minded and willing to learn new things.


People from literally all over the world who want to make the difference.


We just do what we need to do, no one messes around.


Lost and directionless, they're so focused on getting a degree that they have no idea what to do with their degree.


The students at University of Michigan-Dearborn are diverse. Though most are in their early 20's, there are many older returning students as well. There are people with physical disabilities. There are people of all races and ethnicities. There are different economic backgrounds represented. Like most Michiganders, the students tend to be grounded, hardworking, and friendly.


My classmates are diverse in race, ethnic background, social class and education but all of them seem to be dedicated to advancing thier education.


My classmates are a diverse group, both in race and social/economic status.


In my opinion, there are two types of students at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. First are the hard-working students who really care about learning and want to do well. Then there are the students who just want to get through school with the best grades they can get doing minimal work.


My classmates are people who are driven, dedicated, hard working and eager to learn, they balance extracurricular activities, school, work, and family.