All UM-Dearborn alumni are members of the Alumni Community.
UM-Dearborn Alumni Benefits and Resources
The Alumni Enrichment Scholarship Program is a second chance for alumni to enhance their undergraduate education and to provide additional exposure to a variety of subject areas. Upon acceptance, you will be eligible to elect up to 9 hours of undergraduate course work in a single four-month term in fields distinctly different from the field in which you earned your undergraduate or graduate degree (major or minor). Courses taken under alumni enrichment status appear as pass or fail on your transcript and only courses approved to use the pass/fail grading option may be elected. Internship and cooperative education courses are not available to alumni enrichment students. You are eligible to begin participation in the program one full term after graduation has been confirmed. Alumni participants are not eligible if currently enrolled in a degree or certificate program.
The Alumni Enrichment student is responsible for the reduced per-credit hour assessment, the fees associated with registration, technology, and any course premiums and laboratory/course fees that may be assessed for specific courses.
To apply, complete the Alumni Enrichment application, available online or by contacting 313-593-5100, and return it to the Admissions Office in 1145 University Center for approval. Once approved, you will be allowed to register for classes. For further information, contact Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 313-593-5100.
The Alumni Legacy Scholarship provides undergraduate scholarships to academically talented students with familial or other significant relationships to UM-Dearborn graduates (i.e. child, sibling, grandchild, spouse, stepchild, niece, nephew, or cousin). Visit the scholarship website for more information and details on how to apply.
The Alumni M-card is now available to be used as verification for UM-Dearborn graduates. The cost to process the card is $20 and is valid for five (5) years. Contact the Photo ID area at 313-583-6330 or visit the information desk at the University Center to have one processed.
As an alumnus, you are eligible to participate in campus recruiting. At any time you may seek assistance with your job search and/or career change. You can post your resume to the web, view employment opportunities, and participate in career fairs. Call 313-593-5020 or visit the Career Center website for assistance.
All UM-Dearborn alumni are eligible to take advantage of free email using a “@umich.edu” email address. With the alumni status, an affiliation of “alumni” is added to their MCommunity Directory profile after graduation, and they continue to keep their uniqname, UMICH password, MCommunity Directory profile for life, and access to U-M Google Apps and U-MBox. More information can be found on the ITS Service Center website or by contacting the U-M ITS Service Center at 734-764-HELP (4357).
Many opportunities for graduate studies are available and offered at UM-Dearborn. Whether you’re a full-time professional, exploring new career paths or interested in moving up at your organization, UM-Dearborn has options for you. Visit the Graduate Studies website to explore the numerous affordable options that are available or attend one of the Graduate Open House events that are held throughout the year.
You are eligible for a library card at no charge after graduation. In order to obtain UM-Dearborn library privileges contact the Mardigian Library at 313-593-5559 for further information or Alumni Engagement Office at 313-593-5131 for verification information. Find out what services are available to our alumni.
Mardigian Library also features a special Alumni Authors Collection. View authors and learn how you can showcase your publication as part of this collection.
Official transcripts can only be obtained from the UM-Dearborn Office of the Registrar. The Alumni Engagement Office cannot prepare and send transcripts. The Office of the Registrar can provide procedural help and information in obtaining your transcript via phone at 313-583-6500 or on their website.
Student-athletes at UM-Dearborn are proud to wear Michigan’s Maize and Blue. UM-Dearborn Athletics is a member of the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Eight of our nine varsity teams compete in the Division II Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference against our regional rivals. Our men’s ice hockey team competes in the Division I Great Lakes Collegiate Hockey League of the American Collegiate Hockey Association. Get a front-row seat at the UM-Dearborn Fieldhouse to watch the Wolverines take on our Division II rivals.
UM-Dearborn alumni are able to purchase a $25 term pass (each term is four months long: January to April, May to August, September to December) to the Wellness Center. You will be able to use all facilities, register for classes and programs, and sponsor one adult family member to purchase a term pass as a current member.
Stay connected with UM-Dearborn, and fellow alumni, on your favorite social networks:
Facebook - Search for the University of Michigan-Dearborn Alumni
LinkedIn - Search for University of Michigan-Dearborn Alumni Network
Twitter - @UMDearbornAlums
YouTube – Search for the UM-Dearborn channel
Instagram – Connect with UM_Dearborn_Alumni
University of Michigan Alumni Association
Based in Ann Arbor, the Alumni Association comprises graduates from all three U-M campuses. Benefits include career services, sporting events, travel programs, and networking opportunities. Participation for some benefits require membership to the Alumni Association. For the first full year after graduation, you are eligible to a free membership with the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan. After the first year after graduation, there is an option for a yearly or life-time membership with related fees. Your membership will be activated by completing an on-line application by visiting their website.
As an Alumni Association member, you gain access to many valuable resources and exclusive benefits that can assist you with career opportunities. Resources that include job board, career-focused events, resume building and interview prep are just a few of the many tools available to you.
Enjoy the company of fellow alumni while traveling to delightful and exotic locations worldwide. The yearly list of adventures, including traveling Up North to Camp Michigania, is already posted on the Alumni Association website.
Contact the U-M Athletic Department at 734-764-0247 or visit their website for tickets and information on all University of Michigan Wolverines sporting events, including U-M season football tickets and individual event game tickets. Due to the high volume of requests for season football tickets, all submissions to the Athletic Department may not be fulfilled upon first request.