Tuition & Fees

Information for Students on Tuition, Fees, And Financial Aid

The University of Michigan-Flint is committed to providing clear and comprehensive information on tuition and fees for all categories of degree programs. Students can expect helpful service from the Office of Student Accounts if they have any questions regarding billing, deadlines, and other related matters.

The Office of Financial Aid works collaboratively with students in support of their educational journey at UM-Flint. From grants to scholarships and other forms of aid, the experts in Financial Aid are here to help. The team will assist students with navigating the FAFSA and other paperwork that will provide the information they need. Schedule an appointment today to get your questions answered.

Academic Year 2023-2024

Fall 2023/ Winter 2024 /Summer 2024 Tuition

Fall 2023/ Winter 2024 /Summer 2024 Fees

Registration Assessment**

Tuition figures do not include the following registration assessment each student will be assessed each semester.

Fall 2023, Winter 2024 and Summer 2024

Undergraduate Registration Fee$312.00
Graduate Registration Fee$262.00

The Registration Assessment  Fee covers, but is not limited to, student support and services such as technology, health and wellness, the recreation center and student engagement activities.

**See list of additional course-related fees that may be assessed.

Fees for Senior Citizens

Persons 62 years of age or older at time of registration have the privilege of enrolling in any university course or program for which they are properly qualified, on payment of a fee equal to 50 percent of the announced fee for such course or program, exclusive of laboratory fees and other special charges. It is the responsibility of the senior citizen to notify Student Accounts when they qualify for the discount and to ask how the program works. The university reserves the right to determine in each case the appropriateness of the election.

University of Michigan In-State Tuition Classification Guidelines

The University of Michigan enrolls students from 50 states and more than 120 countries. In-State Tuition Classification Guidelines have been developed to ensure that decisions about whether a student pays in-state or out-of-state tuition are fair and equitable and that applicants for admission or enrolled students who believe they are Michigan residents understand they may be required to complete an Application for In-State tuition and provide additional information to document their in-state tuition status.

Students wishing to apply for in-state tuition must complete an application and submit it to the Residency Office, Office of the Registrar, 500 S State St, Ann Arbor MI  48109-1382. Applications and more information may be accessed at the Residency Office.

*Tuition and fees subject to change by the Regents of the University of Michigan. By act of Registration, students accept the responsibility for charges of the entire semester, regardless of attendance in class. “Registration” includes early registration, registration, and all courses added after the student’s initial registration. If you are a registered student and receiving financial aid, you are authorizing the University to deduct all University debts from your current year financial aid funds.