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A degree from the University of Michigan School of Public Health is an investment in you—one of the biggest you will ever make. Discover what you need to know about tuition and fees and the overall costs of a Michigan Public Health education.

For more information on financial aid, work-study, and cost of living in Ann Arbor, visit Funding and Financial Aid.

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Tuition for Residential Graduate Students

Tuition Per Term for 2020-2021 Academic Year Michigan Resident Non-Michigan Resident
Full time - 9+ credits $15,143 $25,014
Part time - first credit hour $2,027 $3,123
Part time - additional credit hours $1,640 $2,736
PhD Candidacy* $6,606 $6,606
There is an additional $214.19 in mandatory fees per term.  

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

The 2020-2021 tuition rates were approved by the University of Michigan Board of Regents in June 2020. 2021-2022 tuition rates will be posted in July 2021. All tuition rates are subject to Regents’ approval and change. Please visit the Office of the Registrar for complete information.

Cost of Attendance Guidance

In addition to tuition, all resident graduate students may borrow funds to cover the following approved costs of attendance:

*Estimated costs for financial aid purposes (Fall 2020 - Winter 2021)

Books: $1,192

Housing: $16,502

Personal/ Misc: $6,350

Loan Fees: $224

Mandatory Fees: $428.38

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2020-2021 Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance for Michigan Residents: $54,982.38

2020-2021 Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance for Non-Michigan Residents : $74,724.38

For a tuition breakdown of our online Population and Health Sciences program learn more here.

Tuition for Online Master's Students

View tuition information for the online Master of Public Health and Master of Science in Population and Health Sciences. 

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Tuition for Undergraduate Students 

Tuition Per Term for 2020-2021 Michigan Resident Non-Michigan Resident
Full time - 12-18 credits $8,760 $27,750
Part time - first credit hour $1,085 $2,667
Part time - additional credit hours $698 $2,280
There is an additional $214.19 in mandatory fees per term.  


*The 2020-2021 tuition rates were approved by the University of Michigan Board of Regents in June 2020. 2021-2022 tuition rates will be posted in July 2021. All tuition rates are subject to Regents’ approval and change. Students can expect tuition costs to increase by roughly 1-3% for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Cost of Attendance Guidance

In addition to tuition, all undergraduate students may borrow funds to cover the following approved costs of attendance:

*Estimated costs for financial aid purposes (Fall 2020 - Winter 2021)

Books: $1,048

Housing: $12,034

Personal/ Misc: $2,390

Loan Fees: $64

Mandatory Fees: $428.38

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2020-2021 Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance for Michigan Residents:  $33,484.38 

2020-2021 Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance for Non-Michigan Residents : $71,464.38

Tuition Due Dates and Deadlines

Tuition, fees, room and board charges are due for all University of Michigan students according to the following schedule:

  • Fall 2020: August 31, 2020
  • Winter 2021: January 19, 2021*
  • Spring, Spring/Summer 2021: April 30, 2021
  • Summer 2021:  June 30, 2021
  • Fall 2021: August 31, 2021

You are encouraged to direct student billing questions to Student Financial Services

*Winter 2021 due date may be subject to change - see finance.umich.edu/finops/student/billing

Establishing Residency in Michigan

If you want to be considered a Michigan resident for tuition purposes, you can find instructions on establishing residency at the University of Michigan Office of the Registrar. Questions related to the process should be directed to the Office of the Registrar as they are the team who facilitates this process. 

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Funding and 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.

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