University of Michigan at Ann ArborSchool Overview: Acceptance Rate, Tuition, and More

Ann Arbor, MI

$15,558

Avg in-state tuition

$51,200

Avg out-of-state tuition

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About University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

School Type: Public

Status: Non-profit

Accreditation: Regional

Religious Affiliation: N/A While the student experience is largely unaffected at most schools with religious affiliations, some schools place more of an emphasis on religion. Learn how religious affiliations may impact students' experience.

Military Friendly: YesMilitary-friendly schools are Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges, offer the Yellow Ribbon Program, and have a dedicated point of contact to support veterans, military service members, and their families. Explore our college guide for service members and veterans to learn more.

The University of Michigan — based in Ann Arbor — enrolls more than 48,000 students annually. The public school has an acceptance rate of 23% and a graduation rate of 93%. U-M offers its students access to over 275 programs spread across 19 schools and colleges. U-M also boasts about 150 research centers and institutes, plus more than 1,600 student organizations and nine fitness and recreation facilities.

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Admissions Breakdown

This school has a competitive acceptance rate.

This school is a little more selective about its students. Competitive acceptance schools welcome 15-50% of all applicants.

Acceptance Rate Insight

23% of students were accepted during the 2019-2020 school year. Sometimes schools with midrange acceptance rates have higher standards of entry but are still accessible to many students who apply.

SAT & ACT

Students who attend this school typically have higher standardized test scores than students at other schools.

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SAT 25th-75th Percentile 1340-1530

ACT 25th-75th Percentile 31-34

Learning Environment

Student Body Stats

This school has a student body of more than 15,000 students.

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48k

Students Enrolled

1%

Online Student Enrollment

11:1

Student to Faculty Ratio

Ways Students Can Learn

Hybrid The program is a combination of on-campus and online learning and varies per program.

Demographics

White

52%

Non-U.S. Citizen

15%

Asian

13%

Hispanic

7%

Unknown

4%

Black

4%

Two or more races

4%

American Indian/Alaska Native

0%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

0%

Female student population

50%

Socio-economic diversity

17% of students received an income-based Federal Pell Grant intended for low-income students.

Financial Breakdown

Students Receiving Aid

Federal Grant Aid

17%

State Grant Aid

13%

Institution Grant Aid

52%

Pell Grant

17%

Average Aid Awarded

Federal Grant Aid $5,521
State Grant Aid $1,008
Institution Grant Aid $17,962
Pell Grant Aid $4,903

Financial Outlook

$56k

Average salary 6 years after starting school

$18k

Average student debt after graduation

Resource

Understanding Grants & Scholarships

Data collected from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), [2019-2020]. In the absence of IPED data, information was collected directly from the school and is accurate as of the date of collection. Contact the school directly for the most current and complete information.