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**|
|Grand Valley State||3.6||24||1140||$12,796|
|Saginaw Valley State||3.4||23||1090^||$10,308|
|Lake Superior State||3.2||22||1080||$11,830|
*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)
Did You Know?More Facts
87% of incoming freshmen were offered financial aid and 80% of all UM-Dearborn students receive some form of financial aid. In Fall 2018, we awarded more than $51M in scholarships to our students.