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University of Michigan

One of the original 8 ‘Public Ivies,’ the University of Michigan is a public research school that gives its undergraduate student community access to world-renowned professors in a range of academic subjects. Students enroll in programs in one of 12 undergraduate schools, most opting for a major in the College of Literature, Science and Arts. While big first-year classes can pack over 500 students into a lecture hall, freshmen can get more personal attention in the First Year Seminars program. The University of Michigan is a big state school, yet many students come from all over the country and all over the world to form part of the Wolverine community. Students are known for being very active, and they participate widely in a vast array of student organizations when not hanging around Ann Arbor, a quintessential college town with countless student-friendly establishments. Football brings the diverse student community together, as students from all walks of life come out on Saturdays to watch their beloved Wolverines play.  Go Blue!

Admissions Phone 734 764-7433
Admissions Email  Live Help
Codes SAT: 1839 ACT: 2062 FAFSA: 002325 CSS Profile: 1839
Location Ann Arbor, Michigan; Medium city, 40 miles South East of Detroit
College Type Public
College Newspaper The Michigan Daily
Enrollment ~30,000 undergraduate students
Popular Programs Psychology, Engineering, Business Administration
Student Life The University of Michigan is known for its student activism, reflected in its 1,200+ student organizations, the most prominent of which address social and civil rights issues. Students engage in politics on both sides of the spectrum. Most freshmen live on campus, some in ‘themed communities,’ which bring together students with similar interests. Some popular events on campus include University Musical Society events, Dance Marathon, Pow Wow and Wolverine (Go Blue!) football games.
International ~5% of undergrads; TOEFL: Required;  SAT or ACT: Required; Financial Aid Available
Transfer Yes, Fall, Winter, Summer; Statement of good standing from prior institution(s)
Crossover North Carolina, University of Pennsylvania, Washington University, Northwestern
Other Selective (~50% admitted), Early Decision, Early Action, Common Application


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