Financial Aid & Tuition
2 out of 3 U-M students receive financial aid - including grants, loans, scholarships, and workstudy awards.
Determining how you are going to pay for your college education is an important consideration for you and your family. The good news: the University of Michigan has many resources to help students and parents get financially prepared for college.
Get current budget and tuition information and learn about opportunities for financial aid by visiting U-M's Undergraduate Admissions "Costs + Aid" and Office for Financial Aid sites for help with calculating costs, financial planning, and detailed information about applying for financial support.
Keep in mind:
- Stamps Scholarship applications are due December 1 for Early Action applicants and March 1 for Regular Decision applicants.
- Apply by December 1 for our most competitive scholarships.
- You’ll be eligible to apply for continuing student scholarships after your first year at Stamps.