Financial aid

University of Michigan Go Blue GuaranteeProcess & timing

Outline of the procedure to follow when seeking aid from the University of Michigan and/or the School of Nursing.

Tuition and fees

Tuition and fees are set by the University. Current rates for the nursing program tuition can be found at the Office of the Registrar. See also residency rules explained by the Office of the Registrar. 

  • There are lab fees associated with certain nursing courses. Please see class fees for complete details.
  • On-campus housing costs are separate from tuition. See details at living at Michigan

Sources of aid

Funding to support study comes in a variety of forms. We provide details on what is available for every student.

Unique opportunities

  • The Hillman Scholars Program in Nursing Innovation is designed to produce the next generation of nurse researchers who will lead the realignment of health care to become more effective, patient-centered, accessible, equitable, and affordable.

  • The Honors Program is designed to both challenge and support UMSN undergraduate students who have shown potential for excellence in research, leadership, and service. Benefits include financial support, opportunities to work with faculty on research projects, and interaction with health science leaders in a variety of professions at conferences, meetings, and more.

  • The Jonas Scholars Programs through the Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence were created to advance the nursing profession. The center is the leading philanthropic funder for nursing and provides financial support, leadership development, and mentoring for doctoral students at partner institutions such as UMSN.

  • The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation through the University of Michigan School of Nursing helps to create a diverse cadre of Ph.D. prepared nurses. 

Contact us

Navigating financial aid can be complicated, but the University of Michigan has experts to help you maximize your funding.