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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 Average* Tuition & Fees**
UM-Ann Arbor 3.9 31 1400 $16,225
Michigan Tech 3.7 27 1240 $17,293
Michigan State 3.7 26 1200 $15,708
UM-Dearborn 3.6 25 1170 $13,110
Grand Valley State 3.6 24 1140 $12,796
Oakland 3.5 24 1120 $13,917
Wayne State 3.4 25 1110 $14,175
Central Michigan 3.4 23 1110 $12,960
Saginaw Valley State 3.4 23 1090^ $10,308
Western Michigan 3.4 23 1080 $13,084
Ferris State 3.4 22 1060^^ $12,840
UM-Flint 3.4 23 1010 $11,892
Eastern Michigan 3.3 22 1080 $13,033
Lake Superior State 3.2 22 1080 $11,830
Northern Michigan 3.2 23 1050 $10,987

 

*GPA, ACT & SAT Score Averages, America’s Best Colleges, 2019, U.S. News and World Report.

**Tuition and Fees based on Report on Tuition and Fees, 2018-2019, 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.

^First Time in Any College (FTIAC) Profile, SVSU (svsu.edu/oir/fticprofiles)

^^Fact Book 2018-2019, Ferris State University (ferris.edu/admissions/testing/factbook/FactBook18-19-2.pdf)

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