More students with longstanding ties to Michigan, who need additional time to prepare for and enroll at the University of Michigan after graduating high school, will now be eligible for in-state tuition rates following approval of broader qualification guidelines.
Nearly 26 percent of in-state undergraduates at the University of Michigan pay no tuition this fall due to university financial aid, including nearly 1,700 students under the landmark Go Blue Guarantee.
The University of Michigan class of 2022 is beginning to take shape as new Wolverines prepare for summer orientation sessions in Ann Arbor beginning this month.
As the University of Michigan prepares to implement the Go Blue Guarantee — offering four years of free tuition for in-state students from families with an annual income up to $65,000 starting in January 2018 — it remains a top choice among prospective students and families.
The undergraduate student body at the University of Michigan this fall includes more underrepresented minorities, more students from low-income families, more first-generation students and representation from more Michigan high schools.
The Office of Enrollment Management has launched a new website that allows users to explore the complex enrollment landscape, access enrollment-related data sets, and learn more about some of the university's enrollment research and initiatives, such as the HAIL Scholarship.
Student enrollment on the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus this fall totals 43,651 students, essentially unchanged from a year ago, as the university made important gains attracting a more diverse student body.
Fueled by nearly 50,000 applications for admission, fall 2014 undergraduate enrollment on the Ann Arbor campus grew by 112 to 28,395 students this fall, a 0.4 percent increase.
Provost Martha Pollack said Thursday the Ann Arbor campus moved quickly over the summer to add class sections, hire additional instructors and secure housing for a larger-than-expected freshman class.
Enrollment on the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus has set an all-time record for the fifth consecutive year, with 43,710 students in fall 2013, according to the Office of the Registrar. That represents an increase of 284 students (0.7 percent).