Overview

University of Michigan admissionsThe University of Michigan, located in Ann Arbor, was established in 1817 — making it the state’s oldest university. The campus is set in an urban area, on about 3,000 acres. The university conducts a large amount of research activity, and it was a founding member of the Association of American Universities. Its graduate programs provide doctoral degrees in humanities, social sciences, and STEM (or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Its well-known programs include ones from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, the University of Michigan Law School, the School of Education, the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, and the College of Engineering. The University of Michigan caters to over 31,000 undergraduate and 16,000 graduate students.

There are 19 schools on campus. The most popular majors are economics; experimental psychology; political science and government; business administration and management; and English language and literature. The student to faculty ratio is around 15 to 1, and about 56% of classes have less than 20 students. Because the engineering programs are so strong, there are several projects occurring on campus, including the University of Michigan Solar Car Team, the Michigan Interactive Investments, the TAMID Israel Investment Group, and the Michigan Economics Society.

University of MichiganOutside of the classroom, there are over 1,600 student organizations. About 9% of men are associated with a fraternity and about 19% of women with a sorority. Around 31% of students live on campus, resulting in an active social scene. The student organizations are run by the Central Student Government (CSG). Many students get involved in political or civil rights groups, like Students for a Democratic Society, Young Americans for Freedom, or the Roosevelt Institution.

There are also many opportunities for volunteerism with organizations like the Foundation for International Medical Relief for Children, Relay for Life, U-M Stars for the Make-a-Wish Foundation, SERVE, and Habitat for Humanity. Some students get involved with the student newspaper, The Michigan Daily, which was established in 1890. Other publications include The Michigan Review, Michigan Independent, Gargoyle, and The Michigan Every Three Weekly.

University of Michigan footballUniversity of Michigan teams compete as the Wolverines in Division I of the NCAA and are members of the B1G. For hockey, they play in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association; men’s lacrosse competes in the Eastern College Athletic Conference; and women’s water polo plays in the Collegiate Water Polo Association. There are 29 varsity sports for men and women. Individuals who enjoy an active social scene, combined with rigorous academics, will gain a lot from their time at the University of Michigan.

Admissions

Acceptance Rate

Academic Qualifications

U Mich average GPA

SAT Range (25 to 75 Percentile)

University of Michigan SAT range
UMich SAT math 25 to 75 range

ACT Range (25 to 75 Percentile)

UM act range
U Mich ACT scores

Admissions Information

Freshmen Admissions
Number of 2020 (Class of 2024) applicants: 65,899
Enrolled: 7,188
Yield: 42.1%
Acceptance rate: 25.9%

Waitlist Admission Statistics
Number of waitlisted applicants: 4,992
Admitted off waitlist: 89
Waitlist acceptance rate: 1.8%

Transfer Admission Statistics
Number of transfer applicants: 4,271
Admitted transfer applicants: 1,797
Transfer acceptance rate: 42.1%

Academic Qualifications
Average GPA: 3.88
Top 10% of High School: N/A

Middle SAT Range (25 to 75 Percentile)
SAT Composite: 1380-1550
SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing: 660-740
SAT Math: 680-790

Middle ACT Range (25 to 75 Percentile)
ACT Composite: 31-34
ACT English: 32-35
ACT Math: 29-34

Standardized Test Requirements

U Mich does not require the SAT/ACT SAT/ACT not required

Michigan requires the writing portion of the SAT/ACT Writing portion not required

University of Michigan does not require the SAT subject tests for Class of 2021 high school seniors SAT Subject Tests not required

Score Card

Graduation Rates

U Michigan graduation rates

Loan Defaults and Rhodes Scholars

Salary After Attending

R&D Expenditures

Campus Safety

Score Card Information

Graduation Rates
4 years: 80.0%
5 years: 92.0%
6 years: 93.2%

Loan default rate: 1.1%

Total Rhodes Scholars: 27

Salary after attending: $63,400

R&D Expenditures: $1.53 billion

Campus Safety
Sex offenses: 25
Robberies: 2
Aggravated assaults: 10
Burglaries: 18
Car thefts: 7

Financial Aid

Net Cost and Total Expected Cost of Attendance

University of Michigan cost

Average In State Net Price By Income

Student Debt

Additional Information

In-state tuition, room and board (2020-2021): $27,982

Total Estimated Cost of Attendance (2020-2021)
In-state: $31,484
Out-of-state: $67,802

Net Cost (in-state)
Average: $17,357

By income
$0 to $30,000: $3,166
$30,001 to $48,000: $5,887
$48,001 to $75,000: $10,028
$75,001 to $110,000: $18,039
$110,001 and more: $26,072

Graduates with student debt: 38%

Average student debt at graduation: $25,777

Student Body

Student Residence

Undergraduate Class Sizes

U Michigan undergraduate class sizes

Student to Faculty Ratio

University of Michigan student to faculty ratio

Student Population

Additional Information

Student to Faculty Ratio: 14.9 to 1

Women: 50%

Undergraduate Class Sizes
Under 20: 56%
20 to 39: 22%
40 to 99: 15%
100+: 7%

Student Population
Total: 48,090
Undergraduate: 31,266

Student Residence
In State: 53%
Out of State: 43%
International: 4%

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This page was last updated in August 2020.