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Michigan Union

10/24/11 Masters student Danielle Koel studies in the busy lounge at the Michigan Union during a "Day in the Life" of the University of Michigan on October 24, 2011.

Some students and families may be asked to submit additional documents to be considered for U-M gift aid and other available assistance for the 2017 Fall Term. These can include supplemental forms, tax return transcripts and other pertinent application materials.

If these are needed, you will receive an email directing you to sign in to Wolverine Access (https://wolverineaccess.umich.edu) to view a list of needed documents.

Submit your information:

  • In person at our office or by mail (Office hours, address and locations)
  • Via fax at 734-647-3081
  • Through an email attachment to financial.aid@umich.edu in PDF, JPG or TIFF format (limit 50MB file size. If your file sizes are larger, submit them in separate emails)
  • Please do not share documents stored in the cloud (such as GoogleDocs) with our office email address (financial.aid@umich.edu). This is a group email account and we cannot access them. Also, we do not subscribe to the College Board IDOC (Institutional Documentation Service) program, so do not upload your documents for U-M there.

If you have questions about this process, please contact us. We appreciate your patience as we work to process your financial aid applications and award aid for the 2017-18 academic year.

Remember that it may take up to 5 business days for receipt of these documents to show up on Wolverine Access in your secure student portal. This includes documents submitted via email, fax or in person at our office.

If you have not yet applied for financial aid, the U-M priority deadline is April 30 to be considered for all aid programs including grants, loans and Work-Study.