Learn about the advantages of earning a Michigan degree at UM-Dearborn!
When comparing our faculty, quality of education, programs, scholarships, and financial aid, the Michigan degree you earn offers a great return on your educational investment.
|University||GPA Average||ACT Average||SAT (equivalent) Average||Tuition & Fees|
|Grand Valley State||3.5||24||1160||$12,306|
|Saginaw Valley State||3.4||23||1130||$9,819|
|Lake Superior State||3.2||22||1100||$11,362|
GPA & ACT Score Averages, America’s Best Colleges 2018, U.S. News and World Report. SAT score average uses the new SAT concordance with 2016 ACT average (Collegeboard.org). Tuition and Fees based on Report on Tuition and Fees, 2017-2018, Michigan Association of State Universities (masu.org). Tuition and Fees are the average cost for lower and upper division tuition for a 30-credit academic year for undergraduates from Michigan.
Did You Know?More Facts
92% of incoming freshmen and 77% of all UM-Dearborn students receive some form of financial aid to help them enroll in and graduate from college. In Fall 2015, we awarded over $38 million in scholarships to incoming students.