financial aid

  1. March 18, 2021

    President Schlissel urges lawmakers to invest more in public higher education

    President Mark Schlissel told state lawmakers U-M could further strengthen its academic programs and student financial aid support with an increase in base funding for state universities.

  2. November 11, 2020

    UM-Flint offering new support for student veterans

    UM-Flint marked Veterans Day 2020 with the Student Veteran Assistance Fund, a new initiative to provide gap funding for eligible student veterans to help pay for their college education.

  3. November 2, 2020

    Obituary — Harvey Paul Grotrian

    Harvey Paul Grotrian passed away at the age of 82 on Sept. 7, 2020. Grotrian was the long-time director of financial aid at U-M. He also served as financial aid director at Valparaiso University and Wayne State University.

  4. August 31, 2020

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  5. August 10, 2020

    Applications for financial aid lagging among low-income students

    A U-M study shows applications for federal and state financial aid, a leading indicator of how many students will enroll in and complete a college degree, have not increased in tandem with the additional need.

  6. November 4, 2019

    Tammie Durham named U-M’s financial aid executive director

    Effective Nov. 4, Tammie Durham will oversee the Office of Financial Aid and partner across campus to lead and support the overall university financial aid strategy and execution.

  7. June 20, 2019

    Increased financial aid, new technology featured in UM-Dearborn budget

    Greater investment in financial aid, the university’s instructional mission, technology improvements and student engagement programs highlight UM-Dearborn’s fiscal year 2020 budget.

  8. June 20, 2019

    UM-Flint budget focuses on academic priorities, access, transparency

    The budget for the upcoming year at UM-Flint focuses on the university’s top priorities: supporting academic priorities, ensuring access and student support, and increasing cost transparency.

  9. June 20, 2019

    Regents approve lowest in-state tuition increase for Ann Arbor in six years

    The Board of Regents has approved a budget for the Ann Arbor campus that includes the smallest in-state tuition increase in six years — 1.9 percent — along with $23 million in additional need-based financial aid.

  10. February 14, 2019

    President Schlissel calls for greater state investment in direct-to-student aid

    President Mark Schlissel urged state lawmakers to provide more funding for direct-to-student need-based financial aid as a way to boost degree attainment, cut student debt, improve the state economy and increase per-capita income.