Tuition & Aid

Tuition for 2014-2015 Academic Year

Tuition Per Term Michigan Resident Non-Michigan Resident
Full time - 9+ credits $12,496 $20,657
Part time - first credit $1,711 $2,617
Part time - additional credits $1,349 $2,255
Ph.D. Candidacy* $5,437 $5,437
There is an additional $164.19 in mandatory fees per term.    

**Ph.D. candidate refers to a student who has been advanced to candidacy.

Distance Learning Tuition Rate for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Tuition Per Credit Michigan Resident Non-Michigan Resident
Part-Time - first credit $878 $983
Part Time - additional credits $1,042 $1,147
There is an additional $164.19 in mandatory fees per term.    

Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice by the Regents of the University.

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Financial Aid

Financing your education at the School of Public Health is an investment in a better future. A variety of types of assistance are available to help you cover your costs — federal loans, work-study positions, scholarships, fellowships, graduate student instructorships, graduate student research assistantships, full-time and temporary employment, and private sources.

The U-M Office of Financial Aid (OFA) provides the main source of funds for financing your graduate education. This office provides need-based assistance in the form of federal loans and College Work Study. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application to apply for this assistance. The U-M Federal School Code for the FAFSA is 002325.

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