How to Apply:
In an effort to slow the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Office of Undergrad Admissions is operating remotely. We are updating our admission procedures to accept emailed documents as part of this change. In order to contact our office or to submit admissions materials, please reach out via email to email@example.com. Please know that we are still very committed to supporting prospective students through the admissions process.
Freshmen who have attended secondary school abroad are expected to meet the same general admissions requirements as U.S. students. Admission is competitive. We encourage students to apply as soon as possible. See deadlines below. A student's application will not be reviewed until all required materials have been received. A completed application includes the following:
- Submitted online application - it's free and easy! Or, you may apply through the Common Application.
- Official high school academic documents
- Standard College Entrance Examinations scores
- SAT: 1861
- ACT: 2074
- The highest composite test score is used in the Admission decision
- Newer scores should be sent to the University as they are available
- English language proficiency
Send all materials to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
For questions related to the admission application process, contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions related to visas, I-20s, international orientation, course selection, and other international related questions, contact the Office of International Affairs at email@example.com.
- Students in the U.S.: July 30, 2020
- Students outside the U.S.: July 1, 2020
- Students in the U.S.: November 30, 2020
- Students outside the U.S.: November 1, 2020
- Summer enrollment not advised for entering International students
- Students in the U.S.: April 01, 2021
- Students outside the U.S.: April 01, 2021
The primary purpose of the Statement of Student Rights and Code of Student Conduct is to assist the University in providing an environment which supports the educational process and the well-being of the campus community. The responsibility for maintaining such an environment is shared by all members of the campus community including faculty, staff, current and prospective students. Therefore, any person expressing interest in enrolling at the University of Michigan-Dearborn is expected to demonstrate behavior consistent with the Code of Conduct. Behaviors inconsistent with the Code of Student Conduct will not be tolerated. The University seeks applicants that demonstrate the potential to be contributing members of the campus community and reserves the right to deny admission based upon violation(s) of the Code of Student Conduct.