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University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI

515 E Jefferson St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

http://www.umich.edu

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor is a public university located on a gorgeous campus in Ann Arbor, MI. It is a very distinguished university, ranking 30th in the nation, with very competitive admissions, accepting 23% of applicants. It is a very big institution with full-time enrollment of 27,266 students. Michigan has 91 majors across six academic disciplines. The most regularly picked academe are Information Science, Business, and Economics, with 10% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's in Information Science. 7% and 6% of students study Business and Economics, respectively. If you are hoping to study sports management, Michigan is an excellent option for you, because its sports management program is in the top twenty in America. Additionally, Michigan comes in 1st in Michigan on our best student athletes, best student life, top party schools, best greek life, and most liberal colleges lists. At full price, tuition goes for $14,780 a year for applicants based in Michigan. If you're not based out of Michigan, tuition can run you as much as $53,760. That being said, a little under 2/3rds of Michigan undergrads get financial support. 91% of University of Michigan - Ann Arbor undergraduates graduate, geared up to begin the subsequent phase of their lives: work. On average, graduates make an annual income of $49,800 a couple years after finishing their studies. After 4 more years on the job, the alumni's average yearly wage rises 27.3% to $63,400, which is 58.1% above the national median earnings for individuals. Many of you may also like to find that the majority of students tested between 660 and 730 on the SAT reading segment. What's more, about 96% of first-year students continue to pursue their studies the next year. With regard to your bank account, be aware that 13% of students obtain Pell grants to subsidize their tuition costs and if your household has an annual income of $76k to $110k, you should expect to pay roughly $16,038 annually. Concerning demographics, the faculty is made up of 4% Latinx professors and the faculty is comprised of 3% African-American professors. In terms of the campus experience, Michigan offers a mix of clubs and activities, such as radio station, film society, and television station. To wind things up, 91% of Michigan graduates have jobs six years after college and six years after graduation, the highest-earning 25% of graduates take home $95,800 or more.

Ratings

9.46

Party Scene

9.21

Location

9.01

Dorms

9.21

Campus Food

9.46

Student Life

8.50

Safety

Admissions

23%

Acceptance

SAT Score

1330-1510

ACT Score

30-34

Application Deadline:
February 1
See application website Application Website:
https://admissions.umich.edu/apply
Early Action Deadline:
November 1

Cost

Net Price:

$16,856/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$19,323/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

63%

Academics

Professor Rating

9.46


11:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

92%

Evening Degree Programs

Yes

Student Faculty Ratio

11:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Information Science

790

Business

544

Economics

528

Research and Experimental Psychology

401

Physiological Psychology

346

Political Science and Government

333

Mechanical Engineering

279

International Studies

260

Value

In State Tuition
$15,558/year
Out of State Tuition
$51,200/year