The University of Michigan-Flint strives to offer a quality education at an affordable price. We are committed to working with students in their efforts to explore possible opportunities for financial assistance for which they may qualify. Several forms of financial aid are available to facilitate the pursuit of a graduate education at the University of Michigan-Flint.
Tuition varies by academic program at the graduate level. Learn more by visiting the Tuition page.
Graduate Student Grants
The Graduate Student Grant is available for graduate students admitted to or enrolled in a University of Michigan-Flint graduate program who demonstrate a financial need to initiate or continue graduate studies.
Scholarships are available for graduate students admitted to or enrolled in a University of Michigan-Flint graduate program who meet the criteria. They require neither repayment nor employment. Some graduate student scholarships are applicable to students in any graduate program; others are available to students in particular programs.
Learn more about the King Chavez Parks Initiative Future Fellowship Program and the Rackham Fellowship, and find out how to qualify on the Fellowships page.
Graduate Student Loans & Financial Aid
Graduate students at the University of Michigan-Flint are eligible for several types of loan programs, federal and state work-study programs, and other types of aid. Most types of loans and work-study aid require you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. Please visit the Financial Aid Web site for information on these programs here.
The Graduate Student Research Assistantship (GSRA) program is a vehicle to provide financial support for the academically-related research activities of active UM-Flint graduate students. A GSRA assists UM-Flint faculty performing research that is relevant to his or her academic goals or performs personal research (including thesis preparation).