Publications

REQUIRED READING & OTHER GUIDES

Required Reading

Required Reading is the primary student resource guide for financial aid at the University of Michigan. We call it Required Reading because it answers many questions students ask about their aid. Read it to understand the rights and responsibilities that go along with receiving your aid. 

Information for Prospective Families

INFORMATION FOR ENTERING STUDENTS & FAMILIES 2016-17

This is the primary reference and resource guide for students awarded financial aid at the university. When students are awarded financial aid, it is assumed that they will read and understand their rights and responsibilities, as specified in this publication.

 

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A GUIDE TO FINANCIAL AID FOR PROSPECTIVE DENTAL STUDENTS

This is a comprehensive guide for all prospective students applying to the U-M School of Dentistry.

 

BROCHURES

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RESIDENT GUIDE TO PAYING FOR COLLEGE (2016-17)

Information for Michigan high school students and their families who are interested in learning about financial aid and scholarships at the University of Michigan. The University is committed to meeting the demonstrated financial need of all Michigan residents who apply by deadline and accept all aid offered

RESIDENT STUDENTS: YOU CAN GO BLUE!

Information for prospective families about the University of Michigan's commitment to affordability for resident students. (Office of the Vice President for Global Communications) View this information on the web

NON-RESIDENT GUIDE TO PAYING FOR COLLEGE (2016-17)

Out-of-state high school students and their families have special financial considerations when looking at U-M. Find out about the financial aid process and links to private scholarships

TRANSFERRING TO MICHIGAN 2016: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS

Information for students considering a transfer to the University of Michigan from two- and four-year colleges

REPAYMENT A PROBLEM? HELP IS ON THE WAY

Information for students who need assistance repaying their student loans. This brochure details options and offers resources for students

 

U-M GUIDE TO CONSUMER INFORMATION

A summary of consumer information that the university must make available to all registered students
For more detailed information, visit our Consumer Information page

 

 

 

JOBS FOR STUDENTS

Information from the U-M Student Employment Office about
Work-Study and Non-Work-Study (temporary) employment for U-M students