First-Year Students

Congratulations!

You have been selected to be one of the leaders and best, and to help forge the future with breakthrough engineering. As Michigan Engineers, we are prepared to step up and tackle the world’s greatest challenges.

Victor for Michigan

Come, be a victor for engineering. Step forward with us as we strive to create breakthrough engineering solutions. Because this is our world – and our world needs victors.


Exploring Your Options

See what opportunities await at Michigan Engineering, and how an education here can empower you to make a difference in the world. Come, be a Victor.

Explore the Congrats #Mgineer website

Then add @umengineering on Snapchat and celebrate your acceptance with us!

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You (and your family!) can also download social media profile and cover photos like these:

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Acceptance & Admissions

To make sure you don’t miss a step along the way, follow the Admissions Checklist. You can also download the Congrats Michigan Engineer app to help you keep track of deadlines and preview what it’s like to be an engineering student at Michigan.

To accept your admission into Michigan Engineering, you must pay your $300 Enrollment Deposit. The quickest and most convenient way to pay your deposit is online via Wolverine Access via an electronic check payment (either a savings or a checking account). However, payment can be made via check.

Instructions for paying enrollment deposit

To check your status and accept your admission, you must obtain a U-M uniqname. To create your U-M uniqname, you’ll need your One Time Identifier (OTID), which is e-mailed to you after your enrollment deposit is received, and your U-M ID number, which is included in your admission letter. Note: U-M Flint and U-M Dearborn students already have a U-M uniqname assigned, which will not change.

Get your U-M uniqname

Orientation and Advising

Incoming first-year students must complete their orientation checklist prior to arriving on campus. This checklist includes registering for orientation, as well as the necessary placement exams. Orientation will include academic advising and course registration.

Preparing for orientation checklist

INK: Info You Need To Know for students

Not sure which engineering discipline is right for you?

No problem.  Many first year students haven’t decided on an engineering degree program. The course Engineering 110: The Engineering Profession introduces students to the different engineering fields.

Registration

Registration for your classes will happen during the Engineering Orientation. Students will meet with an academic advisor to make their course selections and register for their classes. You will not be permitted to register for classes prior to your scheduled orientation date.

Housing and Financial Aid

Michigan Engineering Scholarship Office and the Office of Financial Aid are your resources for learning about financial aid.

The Engineering Scholarship Office handles all undergraduate scholarships for the College. Admitted students are encouraged to file your application for financial aid as early as possible each year in order to meet all of the university, federal, and state financial aid deadlines. Be sure to visit the U-M Office of Financial Aid website to confirm this year’s deadline and obtain information on other forms of financial aid.

The University Housing office provides information about both on and off-campus housing for admitted transfer students.

What's next?

Don’t miss a step.

Still waiting?

Applicants can check on the status of their application online 14 days after the application has been received.

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