Financial aid

Process & timing

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

Sources of aid

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

Tuition and fees

Tuition and fees are set by the University. Current tuition rates and residency classification guidelines can be found through 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

Tuition and fees (fall 2020 online degree programs only)

Tuition rates are approved each June by the U-M Board of Regents. The rates below are proposed and provided solely for estimating purposes.

2020-2021 academic year

  • $1,366 per credit for State of Michigan residents
  • $1,639 per credit for non-residents
  • Additional Fees - currently $349.19 per full term
    $185 infrastructure maintenance fee plus $164.19 in mandatory fees

The U-M School of Nursing is committed to assisting students with the funding of their education by providing scholarship support to help offset tuition cost. School of Nursing students are automatically evaluated for funding each year. To ensure that students are considered for all funding opportunities for which they qualify, we recommend annually completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and frequently visiting the My Scholarship Profile in Wolverine Access to complete or update their scholarship profile.

Contact us

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