University of Michigan-Dearborn 2020-21 Tuition Information
The University of Michigan-Dearborn has created this page to better help you understand the tuition rate setting process. The information below and other pages in this section outline important questions regarding 2020-21 tuition rates, what UM-Dearborn is doing to contain costs and support financial aid resources available to students.
Key Facts Regarding UM-Dearborn's Budgeting Process
- 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.
Key Facts Regarding UM-Dearborn's 2020-21 Academic Year Tuition Increase
- The 2020-21 tuition increase is 1.9 percent ($248 annually at full-time) for resident lower division undergraduate tuition.
- The 2020-21 tuition increase is 4.2 percent ($1,100 annually at full-time) for non-resident undergraduate tuition.
- The 2020-21 tuition increase is 5 percent ($380 annually at part-time) for resident graduate tuition.
- The 2020-21 tuition increase is 5 percent ($1,064 annually at part-time) for non-resident graduate tuition.
- Course level premiums for both undergraduate (300/400 courses) and graduate courses (500 courses and above for CECS and COB) remain the same as 2019-2020.
- UM-Dearborn offers various resources to help students afford a Michigan education including financial aid and scholarship opportunities. The university has increased support to existing financial aid programs by 11.8 percent for the 2020-21 academic year.