Undergraduate Admissions

Cost of Attendance

A student reads in a hammock that he set up in his room in Wadsworth Hall.

A college degree is an investment in your future. When considering the cost of your education, it’s important to think about the long-term value your degree will give you.

Estimated Undergraduate Expenses
Michigan Residents Non-Michigan Residents
Tuition1,2 $15,346 $33,426
Required Fees3 300 300
Lab and Course Fees (estimated) 563 563
Room and Board4 10,756 10,756
Books and Supplies (estimated) 1,200 1,200
Personal Needs and Travel (estimated) 1,740 1,740
Loan Origination Fee5 64 64
Annual TOTAL6 $29,969 $48,049

1 Students taking 12-18 credits per semester are charged the "plateau rate" listed above. Students taking less than 12 credits will be charged on a per credit basis (resident: $579, non-resident: $1,238). This per credit price also applies to any credit taken over 18 credits. Students attending during summer semester will be charged the per credit rate. Any courses taken online incur an additional fee of $38 per credit hour.

2 Students who have earned 60 or more credits, including transfer credit, credit earned through early college or dual enrollment, or AP, IB, or CLEP will be charged upper-division tuition. See the Cost of Attendance for details.

3 Required fees include Fall and Spring Activity Fee ($60) and Fall and Spring Experience Tech Fee ($90).

4 Room and board rates vary, depending on meal plan and residence hall assignment (see options).

5 The loan origination fees estimated above are only charged to those students receiving federal direct loans.

6 Tuition, fees, and room and board are payable each semester.

Note: International students are assessed a $250 per semester surcharge (excluding summer semester).