Tuition & Fees
UM-Dearborn is committed to providing quality academic programs, maintaining one of the best faculties in the state, preserving a sound learning/working environment for faculty, staff and students and providing an affordable education for all students. When setting tuition rates, each of the state's public universities is unique and has different budgeting processes, needs, and requirements. UM-Dearborn faculty and staff have worked hard to reduce costs and develop additional revenue sources such as fundraising, research funding, and facility rental.
Tuition and fees are subject to the approval by the Regents of the University and are subject to change at any time.
Tuition Key Facts
How much tuition a student actually pays each academic year may vary due to the amount of financial aid they receive. The exact amount of tuition also may vary due to the college or program in which the student enrolls and/or due to the student’s current class standing.
- The 2023-24 tuition increase is 4.4 percent ($624 annually) for full-time, in-state, undergraduate students. This equates to $14,944, per year, based on the block rate for 12+ credit hours. That is $624 more annually than this year’s costs.
- Tuition and fees will increase for graduate students by 4.4 percent for in-state, or about $468 annually and 6% for out-of-state, or $1,128 annually, for the typical part-time (6 credit hours per term) graduate rate.
- This year both undergraduate and graduate students will not see an increase to the per semester registration assessment of $200 per semester.