You can apply for any of our academic terms.
The application is currently available for all of the terms listed above.
Note on applying to transfer during your first year: Competitive transfer candidates typically have two or more semesters of transferable graded college coursework at the time of application. This means that students applying to transfer in the winter semester of their first year after high school will not be admitted, except under extraordinary circumstances such as having been admitted as a first year applicant. Being wait listed as a first year applicant does not qualify as an extraordinary circumstance. Therefore, if you applied as a first year applicant for Fall 2022 and were denied admission, you should wait to submit a transfer application for Fall 2023 admission.
$75 application fee or fee waiver request
High School Transcripts or GED Results
Final official secondary school record (translation: high school transcript), including 9-12th grades, and graduation date or GED results, if applicable. If you earned a GED, submit your high school transcript for whatever time you attended high school. Transcripts must be sent directly from the institution via a transcript service or to firstname.lastname@example.org. Go here for the mailing address to which transcripts should be mailed.
Request your high school transcripts early. You can have your high school send your transcript even before you have submitted your application. If the transcript arrives before your application, it will be held and matched with your application when you submit that. Note: If you request your transcript through the Parchment Service please follow up with your high school to make sure that they upload your transcript to Parchment. A receipt from Parchment does not guarantee that your high school followed through.
Submit Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions (such as colleges and universities), including college transcripts for any dual-enrolled courses class that you took when you were in high school, sent directly from the institution via a transcript service or to email@example.com. If the institution is unable to submit transcripts electronically, they can be mailed to this address.
University of Michigan
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
1220 Student Activities Building
515 E. Jefferson Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1316
Request your college transcripts early. Request to have your transcript sent as soon as the grades are posted for the last semester you will have completed at the time of the application deadline. If you are applying for winter semester, have the transcript sent at any time after the application opens on August 1. If you are applying for fall semester, have the transcript sent as soon as your grades are posted for the fall semester that you complete prior to the application deadline, i.e. if you are applying for Fall 2023 submit the transcript once your grades for Fall 2022 are posted.
We require an explanation for any Ws, Is, or gaps in education. Please provide this explanation in the "Additional Information" section of the Common Application, or in the "Education Interruption" section in the member questions area on the Coalition Application.
List of all current and future courses
This can either be listed on the transcript you submit with your application or you can list them on the application in the Additional Information section.
For applicants whose first language is not English
If English is not your first language, you must take the MELAB, TOEFL, IELTS, ECPE, CPE, CAti or Duolingo. Please see the exams and visas page for required score ranges. If you do not yet have your official score report you can self report your score on the application. If you are scheduled to take a proficiency exam after the application deadline, you can submit your application and have the score report sent later. Please note that the review of you application may be delayed until your score report is submitted.
Optional for Transfer Students
Note: Mid Term Report and College Report are not required unless the Office of Undergraduate Admissions ask you to submit them.
Check your application status on your Enrollment Connect Portal.
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