We know you and your student put a high value on a quality educational experience, and that it is often necessary to pull together a wide variety of resources to create an exceptional and affordable four year journey. At Stamps, we are here to guide you and support you on the process for financing the pursuit of a degree.
Current tuition information and information on opportunities for financial aid is readily available to students and their families, along with the helpful tips many families rely on to help with costs.
For Michigan residents, the University of Michigan offers the popular Go Blue Guarantee, an innovative and free tuition program for qualified students.
To apply for federal student aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using U‑M’s federal code 002325. The FAFSA is expected to be available in December at no cost to students. You will be considered for Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Opportunity Grant, and Federal Direct Loans as well as the Michigan Competitive Scholarship, Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver, and Work-Study.
If you wish to be considered for U‑M grants and merit scholarships that address need, as well as Stamps need-based scholarships, you should also complete the CSS Profile using U‑M’s CSS code 1839 to ensure that we receive your information. The CSS Profile is available on October 1 each year.
All Stamps students are considered for merit-based scholarships at the time of application — there’s no “extra” scholarship form to fill out. Our Undergraduate Handbook has more information about current student scholarship offerings that are available after your student completes their first year at Stamps.
Learn more about U‑M Financial Aid for new undergraduates and transfer students.