financial aid

  1. June 21, 2018

    UM-Flint budget focuses on transforming curriculum, learning environments

    UM-Flint will invest in a comprehensive strategy to transform its curriculum and learning environment using a student-centric perspective, according to a budget approved June 21 by the Board of Regents.

  2. June 21, 2018

    General fund budget highlights increased financial aid, academic innovation

    U-M will prioritize strategic investments in undergraduate education and increased access and affordability for Michigan residents in the coming fiscal year, according to its 2019 general fund budget for the Ann Arbor campus.

  3. June 15, 2017

    Regent comments on the ‘Go Blue Guarantee’

    Here is what members of the Board of Regents are saying about the “Go Blue Guarantee.”

  4. June 15, 2017

    U-M unveils tuition guarantee for Michigan students with need

    U-M will launch a new financial aid program for in-state students that offers a “Go Blue Guarantee” of free tuition for up to four years for students with a family income of up to $65,000. It was unveiled as part of the fiscal year 2018 budget.

  5. August 26, 2015

    U-M to test new way to reach high-achieving, low-income students

    U-M will test a new approach this fall to connect with more high-achieving, low-income students across the state — with the goal of enrolling them at the Ann Arbor campus.

  6. April 7, 2014

    Website helps in-state students understand costs, financial aid

    A new affordability portal makes it easier for prospective in-state students and their families to understand the true costs and benefits of attending U-M.

  7. November 5, 2013

    U-M initiatives facilitate financial literacy among students

    The university is taking multiple steps to put the issue of student financial literacy front and center through a variety of initiatives, including a mini-course through LSA, a debt-awareness initiative and a partnership with the National Endowment for Financial Education.

  8. October 8, 2013

    Mary Sue and Kenneth Coleman give $1M gift for global scholarships

    President Mary Sue Coleman and her husband, Kenneth, are giving $1 million toward scholarships for U-M undergraduate and graduate students to support international study, internships, service work and other opportunities.