How Much Does It Cost To Attend?

  Michigan Resident Non-Michigan Resident
Tuition and Fees $43,800 $46,800
Estimated Living Expenses
Books and Supplies $500 $500
Rent, Utilities, and Food $4,500 $4,500
Personal $1,500 $1,500
Healthcare1
(Required International Students)
$0 $6,000
Total Student Budget $50,300 $59,300

1Certain international students are eligible for and required to enroll in U-M health care unless they have health insurance that meets the university’s minimum requirements. Students are automatically enrolled after the completion of the Mandatory Check-In. Coverage begins on May 1.

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Expenses not included in this budget: costs for dependents (accompanying spouse, partner, children), travel to and from Ann Arbor, costs associated with having a car (which you don't need in Ann Arbor)

NB: Ann Arbor is, generally, a relatively low cost of living city by U.S. standards, particularly in the summer when demand for housing is low. This budget is based on research undertaken by the Law School's Financial Aid Office and is intended to represent average costs for most students. Individual students may choose to purchase luxury goods and services with the understanding that such costs are in addition to the budgeted figures above.