For 2016-2017 regular tuition, fees and textbooks for a traditional UM-Flint student is estimated to total $5,300-$5,400 for 12-credit programs such as the DEEP Business/Economics and Law/Criminal Justice programs, and $6,000 for 13-credit programs such as the DEEP Pre-Engineering and Medical Science programs.
Importantly, as part of the partnership arrangement with Livingston County’s five high schools which are offering DEEP programs, the University of Michigan-Flint will provide partial funding support for DEEP students which will equate to a 26% reduction in the regular tuition and fee expenses noted above.
In addition, Michigan state law enables high school students to qualify for dual-enrollment funding from their local school districts which will be applied toward the students’ UM-Flint tuition and fees. Actual funding levels will vary by school district; check with your school counselor for exact amount of funding to be provided by your school district.
As a result of these two funding sources, the actual program costs for Livingston County students enrolled in a 12-credit or 13-credit UM-Flint DEEP program will be significantly reduced. Contact your high school guidance counselor for a cost estimate.
Students are responsible for obtaining their own textbooks. Textbooks can be purchased (new or used) or rented by students and will therefore be their property to resell or return if desired at the semester’s end.