Admitted First-Year Students
Congratulations on your admission to the University of Michigan-Dearborn!
This page is designed to help guide you through your next steps as you prepare to enroll. After submitting your enrollment deposit, you should review the information below.
Please review the steps below to keep you on track to start your education journey at UM-Dearborn.
Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online using UM-Dearborn school code 0023236.
Students with a completed FAFSA on file will be sent a Cost and Aid Summary that will reflect UM-Dearborn’s value and how our Michigan degree offers a great return on educational investment.
You can review a sample Cost & Aid Summary to learn more.
Upon receipt of your Cost & Aid Summary you should accept your aid by following these steps.
When you were admitted, you should have received an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with instructions on setting up your uniqname and umich.edu email account. This email also included your 8-digit University of Michigan ID number (UMID). You must have both the UMID and uniqname to sign up for placement exams and orientation, and register for classes. After you have created your uniqname, please allow two business days for it to be added to our system. If you received your UMID and haven't set up your uniqname, you can obtain your uniqname now at the ITS website.
Degree Works is a web-based degree audit tool that you can use to view your transfer and exam credit (if applicable). It outlines the requirements of your expected degree and shows which requirements are met by your transfer credit and which requirements remain. Follow this link for more information and to access Degree Works.
Final official high school transcripts: These must be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions directly from your high school that shows your date of graduation once available. Please contact your high school to learn about their process to have these transcripts sent. Failure to do so may result in a hold being placed on your student account that prevents registration for future terms.
Dual Enrollment College transcripts: In order to receive transfer credit for dual enrollment coursework or courses taken through early/middle college programs, please be sure to submit a final official transcript from the college or university where you took the coursework. These transcripts must be sent to us directly from the institution prior to your orientation session.
For AP/IB credit, official test scores will need to be submitted once available. Our AP code is 1861 (if applicable).
My UM-Dearborn is a 24/7 self-service portal designed to get personalized tools and resources to support you on your path to graduation. You will be provided instructions and guidance on how to use the portal closer to the start of your first semester.
Now that you've been admitted, see what we are all about. The Admitted Student Experience Events for 2022 have concluded at this time. For those admitted students who were not able to join us, please feel free to watch those recordings below.
Your Student Experience
UM-Dearborn Difference Makers are at the forefront of their fields, they’re improving the lives of others and making an impact on campus and in our local communities. We commit to developing hands-on experiences for our students that will allow them to become Wolverine Ready on their path to becoming our future difference makers.
UM-Dearborn provides various opportunities to enhance a student's experience, including the Wolverine Ready Scholars Program, which is designed to keep you academically active while you develop specialized skills and career connections to help you be successful upon graduation. Your education is yours to tailor. At UM-Dearborn, we give you the tools to succeed.
Review information and resources below to help support you during your time at UM-Dearborn.
UM-Dearborn provides academic success resources, opportunities, and services that enhance your academic experience, learning, and success. Find support for your classes through one-on-one tutoring, group sessions through Supplemental Instruction, or visit one of the Learning Centers: Math, Writing, or Science. Learn more about these and other support services here.
There are many ways to get involved as a student on campus. You will learn more about some of these opportunities through the Orientation process, but you can also explore some of these options on our website. With 150 student organizations on campus, find your niche and get involved. Cheer on the Wolverines or participate in sporting activities!
There are many important dates to keep in mind as you prepare for the upcoming semester! Be sure to consult the Academic Calendar to know when the semester starts and when breaks and exams take place.