The Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships is here to make your college goals possible.
We support you in understanding and navigating the financial side of attending UM-Dearborn. Our office maintains multiple financial aid resources that are used to help pay for tuition, books and other cost of living expenses.
We can help you answer all of your financial aid-related questions including:
Important Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships (OFAS) will be conducting our normal functions remotely; this includes virtual counseling appointments or the ability to schedule a phone appointment. Please remember that you can access your financial aid information by logging in to UM - Dearborn Connect and clicking on the financial aid section. You can also continue to send questions via email to email@example.com. If you email, please use your University email account(if available), include your full name and your UMID. We appreciate your understanding and patience through these challenging times.
Student Food Pantry
Students needing to access the Student Food Pantry should email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.
What does UM-Dearborn cost?
We've made it easy for you to plan and budget for your education by providing calculators and a breakdown of costs for attending UM-Dearborn.
How do I apply for financial aid?
Financial aid is based on filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form found at fafsa.gov. We strongly encourage you to complete the FAFSA for 2020-2021 by January 1, 2020.
When filling out the FAFSA, use school code: 002326.
What scholarship opportunities are available to me?
UM-Dearborn offers thousands of scholarships each year and you can apply for additional support through private scholarships. Find all of the opportunities available to you!
What's new in financial aid?
View all recent Financial Aid updates on the Announcements page.
You must be registered for Summer 2020 before you complete the application.
Here is the new look of StudentAid.gov, the official federal student aid website. They have combined content and features from StudentLoans.gov, fsaid.ed.gov, and nslds.ed.gov to enhance your experience. Learn how the changes impact you.
Effective immediately Federal law restricts how documents and forms can be submitted to the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships. Documents attached to email will not be accepted. It is acceptable to fax, use the scanning station, by postal mail, and in person.
Visit the Forms webpage to access important financial aid forms for the 2020-2021 and still available for the 2019-2020 school year.
The Detroit Free Press spoke with financial experts and college grads on how to effectively handle thousands of dollars in student loans. Read the full article.