How to Apply
The college application process takes time and effort — and a lot of information. Even once a decision is made to apply to a school, the process for doing so can be daunting. Let us demystify the experience.
The best advice we can give you is to get your application in early. It gives us time to respond to your questions during the process, puts you in a great position for scholarships – and lifts a huge weight off your shoulders.
2020-21 Application Changes
For the 2020-21 application cycle, we are modifying our admissions process and requirements. Please visit the undergraduate admissions site for the most up-to-date information about U-M’s application changes.
Applying to U-M requires the following items:
- The Common Application OR The Coalition Application
- The U-M Supplement of the Common App (found while filling out the Common App)
- High School Transcripts and School Report
- Letter of Recommendation
- SAT or ACT test scores, if available
- Additional items may be needed for international, transfer or home-schooled students.
Are you looking to get credit for college classes while still in high school?
Dual Enrollment Guidelines
THE COMMON APPLICATION
The Common Application is the standard form required to apply for entry into any program of undergraduate study.
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