About: The University of Michigan is the 2nd oldest public institution of higher education in the United States. The University is consistently ranked as one of the premier public universities in the nation. University of Michigan graduates include one U.S. President, seven NASA astronauts, three Supreme Court Justices, and several Pulitizer Prize winners. Famous alums include: Larry Page (google founder), Gerald R. Ford (President of the United States), James Earl Jones (actor), Clarence Darrow (politician), Chris Van Allsburg (Polar Express), Sanjay Gupta (journalist), Tom Brady (athlete), and Benjamin Carson (medical pioneer). The University of Michigan holds the promise of a different life: It is the breadth of accomplishment and activity that separates Michigan from other institutions. Students have the opportunity to explore, excel and achieve more at U-M than they have would have ever thought imaginable.
Admission Info: All applicants are considered utilizing a holistic and individualized review process. This process allow us to consider not only the student’s academic achievements but also place those achievements in context with their involvement in extra curricular activities, leadership, awards and service. There are absolutely no minimum gpa and test score requirements; however, strong academic performance in a college preparatory curriculum while taking advantage of rigorous courses such as Advanced Placement, honors, accelerated or advances courses if available in the high school is strongly encouraged.
Scholarship/Financial Aid: The University of Michigan is committed to helping students obtain the financial assistance needed to meet their educational goals. Our Financial Aid Office administers a comprehensive program of federal, state, and institutional aid. We encourage students to apply for financial aid regardless of economic circumstances to ensure that we are able to assist with financial planning if needed. 70% of undergraduates and graduates receive some form of aid at U-M.
Green Programs: Yes
Green Initiative: Yes, we have a School of Natural Resources and the Environment that offers undergraduate majors in conservation and global change.
Programs Offered: Education, Business, Art and Design, Health/Human Services, Liberal Arts, Nursing/Allied Health, Science/Engineering
Additional Contact Information:
515 E. Jefferson Street, 1220 SAB, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1316