Graduate student resources
During the graduate education transformation, come to this "Graduate student resources" page for frequent updates to new and commonly-used resources related to many student services and administrative processes. Can't find what you're looking for? The Graduate School's website might have what you need.
See your academic adviser or a student services professional from your college or department for information related to degree progress.
The Orientation Quick Start Guide for Graduate Students provides important information about financial aid, money management, loan options, and work-study. A printable version is also available.
Financing your education
Details about these types of awards and their impact on financial aid eligibility
Select cost of attendance (COA) criteria that match your student profile to get an estimate for the academic year (fall/spring semesters).
Tuition and fee amounts for 2013-2014 for most graduate, professional, and certificate programs
Policies & exceptions
Answers to enrollment and registration questions.
Credit requirements for financial aid
Students not registered every fall and spring term are considered to have withdrawn; their student records are deactivated.
Eligibility requirements, restrictions, and how to register
Submit a request to change your registration (e.g., add, drop, change your grade basis) after a deadline or to register for more than 18 credits.
Satisfactory academic progress standards that define successful completion of coursework to maintain financial aid eligibility
Request an adjustment to your COA based on direct expenses for books, educational supplies, computers, tuition, fees, and rent.
A refund will be based on the date you officially cancel (by canceling online or by taking a completed Course Request form to a One Stop Student Services Center) not on the date you stopped attending class.
Request evaluation of your residency status or eligibility for an exemption from the nonresident portion of tuition.
Teaching & course management
For courses you teach (You can also find a link to the grading policy.)
The most current final exam schedule and final exam regulations
Access the class roster for any courses you teach through the UM Reports website (If you don't have access and believe you should, check with your department).