Tuition: Tuition at UM-Flint is competitive in our state. Tuition varies by academic program at the graduate level. Visit our Student Accounts website for tuition and costs, tuition due dates, and payment plans.
Scholarships: UM-Flint offers a range of scholarships for graduate students as well as scholarships for individual degree programs. Learn more about your scholarship options and how to apply. The Office of Financial Aid scholarship application is open mid-December each year. February 15, 2021 is the priority deadline for graduate students, June 1, 2021 the final deadline.
Students must be admitted in order to apply for the scholarship application. We recommend having a complete application by May 1 in order to expect an admission decision in time to fine by June 1.
Loans: By applying for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), students are able to apply for a Graduate PLUS Loan. More information can be found here.
Graduate Student Grants: Learn more about qualifying and applying for graduate student grants that don’t require repayment.
Research Assistantships: Graduate Student Research Assistantships provide graduate students the opportunity to earn stipends each month while assisting faculty with performing vital and groundbreaking research.
Fellowships: UM-Flint offers two fellowships that provide financial support for graduate students. Learn more about the King Chávez Parks Future Faculty Fellowship Program and the Rackham Fellowship.
TEACH Grants: Students in our MA in Literacy Education and Education with Certification (MAC) are eligible to apply for the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education Grant (TEACH). Our MA in Early Childhood Education students are eligible to apply for MIAEYC's T.E.A.C.H. grant.
Full-Time vs. Part-Time Enrollment Criteria: click here to learn how many credits you need to be either full or part-time.
Residency Requirements: Learn about meeting University of Michigan residency requirements that enable you to qualify for in-state tuition.