Transportation costs to and from the U.S. are not included.  In addition to the below estimated costs, allowances must be made for educational and related expenses.  Estimates for tuition, books, living expenses, and miscellaneous expenses for optional Spring and Summer terms are not included.  Health insurance is required for all F-1 and J-1 visa students and their dependents.  Students are automatically enrolled in the university policy at their own expense.  Students who have a comparable policy or purchase one can request to opt out of the university plan by completing a waiver form.

Tuition figures do not include manadatory fees each student will be assed each term.  For a detailed break down of fees, please refer to the Cashiers Tuition Rates page. 

 

Estimated International Expenses

*The following cost tables are estimates, and are subject to change.

Undergraduate Programs

Estimated Student Expenses 2019-2020 (September - April)

 

Lower Division

Upper Division

Tuition
(12 credits; excludes any additional courses related fees)

$22,996

$23,314

Living Expenses

$9,117

$9,117

Health Insurance

$1140

$1140

Books and Supplies

$800

$800

Miscellaneous Expenses

$1,000

$1,000

Transportation

$600

$600

Total Estimated Expenses*

$35,653

$35,971

Graduate Programs

Estimated Student Expenses 2019-2020 (September - April)

Tuition
(8 credits excluding any additional course related fees)

$15,626

Living Expenses

$9,117

Health Insurance

$1,140

Books and Supplies

$800

Miscellaneous Expenses

$1000

Transportation

$600

Total Estimated Expenses

$28,283

 

Estimated Dependent Expenses

Estimated Dependent Expenses 

Spouses living expenses, not including health insurance

$5,000

Each additional dependent's living expenses

$2,700

Mandatory health insurance for one dependent

$2,240

Mandatory health insurance for more than one dependent (family coverage)

$3,336

Exchange Programs

Estimated Student Expenses 

 

One semester

 

two semesters

Living Expenses

$4,558

$9,117

Health Insurance

$570

$1140

Books and Supplies

$400

$800

Miscellaneous Expenses

$500

$1,000

Transportation

$300

$600

Total Estimated Expenses*

$6,328

$12,657

SCHOLARSHIP

Undergraduate Scholarship:

The University of Michigan-Flint offers renewable freshmen merit scholarships ranging from 3000 USD to 7000 USD to students who meet the scholarship requirements. The minimum requirements for scholarship eligibility are

High school GPA of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale 

24-ACT OR 1160-SAT (1090 combined Critical Reading and Mathematics on the old SAT).

No separate application is required and scholarships are renewable up to 4 years. You must submit qualifying ACT or SAT scores to UM-Flint before the start of the semester to which you have been admitted in order to qualify. 

Only official ACT/SAT scores can be used for consideration of this scholarship. 

SAT scores must be sent to the university through CollegeBoard

ACT scores should be sent to the university through ACT.org 

For more information on these merit scholarships, please contact https://www.umflint.edu/merit

Additional scholarship opportunities become available to all students with a UM-Flint GPA.  Learn more here.

 

Graduate Scholarships:
Visit this link for more details click here.