Money Magazine has ranked the University of Michigan #3 in its list of "best colleges for your money". The magazine's rankings look at factors such as educational quality, affordability, and alumni success.
Beginning in January 2018, the University of Michigan will launch a new financial aid program for in-state students. The "Go Blue Guarantee" provides free tuition for up to four years for students who have a family income of less than $65,000.
The U-M provides an optional Payment Plan which allows students (and their families) to spread payment of anticipated educational expenses for fall or winter term over five payments.
The Payment Plan is an alternative option to the normal U-M payment schedule. Students and authorized Parent/Family may enroll in the U-M Payment Plan through Wolverine Access.
In honor of the University of Michigan's 2017 bicentennial, "An Uncommon Education -- Celebrating 200 Years of the University of Michigan" a short-form documentary series exploring U-M's history will air on Detroit Public Television in segments throughout 2017.
The QS World University Rankings, ranked U-M as the top public university, and 21st overall, in its annual list. The QS World University Rankings are based on academic reputation, employer reputation, student-faculty ratio, citations per faculty, proportion of international faculty and proportion of international students.
The U-M Ginsberg Center is partnering with TurboVote to provide U-M students with a simple way to register to vote. TurboVote sets up the voter registration process for students (whether they will be voting in Ann Arbor or in their home town).