FAQ Topic: Masters
- How is my residency determined for tuition purposes?
- I've applied. What's the status of my application?
- Should I attend my program’s Campus Visit Day/preview day if one is offered?
- Tuition - how much is it?
- What are some useful links that will help me understand costs and find funding at the university?
Questions about residency can be answered by visiting the U-M Office of the Registrar webpage. Please note, establishing residency can be a lengthy process. Thus, if you have been classified as an out-of-state student but believe you should be assessed in-state tuition rates, please fill out the residency application as soon as possible once you have decided to attend the School of Education.
Your application status can be checked online, via Wolverine Access. Please allow seven days after submitting your application before checking your web application status on Wolverine Access. To do this you will need to use a login ID and password, and confirm some personal data before viewing your application:
For applicants who are current students or employees:
1. Log into Wolverine Access using your existing U-M uniqname login and click New and Prospective Student Business
For applicants who are new to the university you will need to create a secure login using a U-M Friend Account and then log into Wolverine Access.
2. Log into Wolverine Access.
If you have any further questions, contact the Office of Student Affairs at 734.615.1528
All master's students are strongly encouraged to attend their program’s Campus Visit Day/preview day if one is offered, although this is not a requirement. If you are unable to attend and would like to visit campus another time, please contact your program administrator. If you are considering the master’s program in higher education and would like to interview for on-campus internships, Campus Visit Day is the perfect opportunity to do so.
Tuition and fee information can be found on the university's Office of the Registrar website. Please note, these are total fees and tuition students pay before any scholarships, grants, or loans are taken into account.
The university's Office of Financial Aid page includes estimates of the cost of attendance and estimated student budgets.
Information on student account billing can be found on the Student Financial Services website.
Information on university housing, including rates, can be found on their website.
Information on Residency Classification Guidelines, including the residency application, filing deadlines, and required documents can be found on their website.
Most full-time doctoral students receive a funding package, which include a tuition waiver, health insurance, and a stipend for living expenses for at least four years. Contact your program administrator for details.
Office of the Registrar (tuition, fees)
Office of Financial Aid (cost of attendance, estimated student budgets)
Student Financial Services (student account billing)
University Housing (residence hall rates)
Residency Classification Guidelines (residency application, filing deadlines, required documents)