Admitted Students

Congratulations on your admission to the University of Michigan-Dearborn!

As decision day approaches, consider all of the benefits of UM-Dearborn. It’s tough to narrow them down, but we’ve compiled the top five reasons to earn your Michigan degree at our campus.

1. Go Blue! 

As a Dearborn Wolverine, you’ll have a unique opportunity to earn the prestigious University of Michigan degree from the comfort of our idyllic campus setting. Learn from distinguished professors, and join the U-M alumni network that’s more than 630,000 strong. 

2. Academic excellence meets affordability. 

At UM-Dearborn, more than 90% of students receive some form of financial aid. The university also offers a wealth of opportunities to help students pay for college

3. Professors want to know your name. 

With small class settings, you’ll have the opportunity to forge meaningful relationships with faculty and staff. 

4. Location, location, location. 

Based in the city of Dearborn, Michigan, students are encouraged to discover the culturally rich landscape of the surrounding southeast Michigan region. Learn more about the history of Henry Ford’s presence in Dearborn, or, hop on the Detroit Connector to explore Detroit’s burgeoning restaurant industry or game day at The Big House on the Ann Arbor campus. 

5. Student life. 

UM-Dearborn offers unique opportunities to get involved on a commuter campus. With more than 150 student organizations and activities, including athletic teams, multicultural clubs, and professional organizations, you’ll never miss out on a vibrant college experience. 

Ready to Go Blue? Take the Next Step

Whether you are admitted as a First-Year, Transfer, or Non-Degree Student, check out your next steps to help guide you through your enrollment process.

Learn more about life as a Dearborn Wolverine - from Dearborn Wolverines! 

Check out some videos from UM-Dearborn students as they guide you through life at UM-Dearborn.

Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Almost 47% of our students are first-generation college students.

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