A top-ranked engineering college
Nearly all of U-M’s 19 schools, colleges and divisions rank among the best in their fields, and Engineering is no exception. As a top-ranked engineering college, all of our graduate and undergraduate programs have a strong reputation for excellence. Michigan Engineering’s graduate and undergraduate programs rank 7th and 5th in the nation, respectively.
Michigan Engineering funding
We strategically allocate our revenue to strengthen our mission, providing first-class education and research collaborations. We have established innovative funding mechanisms and promise full funding for our PhD students.
A closer look at revenue sources for FY 2022, which total $687.2M .
A closer look at Michigan Engineering’s
spending for FY 2022.
Gifts to Michigan Engineering
Private giving is essential to maintaining the Michigan Engineering standard of excellence.
Notes: Includes legal one-time gifts; gifts-in-kind; pledges (and their sub-types) by total pledged amount; and expectancies (and their sub-types) by total booked/face values.
Source: DART Data Warehouse
Endowment market value (6/30/2023): $878,966,449
We’re committed to engineering research and education for the common good, and our people are at the center of that commitment.
Research shows that diverse teams get better results. We’re proud to lead diversity in engineering.
|Student enrollment, fall 2023||Bachelors||Masters||Doctoral|
|Degrees granted, academic year 2022-2023||Bachelors||Masters||Doctoral|
|Entering undergraduate students, fall 2023|
|Total First Year Applications||23,091|
|% Offered Admission||15%|
|Median HS GPA for Enrolled First Year Students||3.9|
|Median ACT for Enrolled First Year Students||34|
|Median SAT for Enrolled First Year Students||1450|
|Entering graduate students, fall 2023|
|Total Graduate Applications||13,110|
|% Offered Admission||29%|
|Median GRE Quantitative*||168|
|Median Undergraduate GPA||3.8|