Four-year university tuition rates in Michigan

A comparative report was released of in-state tuition rates of the 16 four-year universities in Michigan.

Tuition and fees remain in the $7,500 through $15,500 range rising from $15,400 to $26,800 for total costs.

In-district room and board at the University of Michigan – Dearborn is the lowest in the state at $1,600. However, the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor has the highest room and board, with an average of $9,468.

School that have transportation fees would include bus systems and others. Michigan state has the average amount spent towards transportation as $498 and the University of Michigan – Flint has the highest rate of $2,148.

Some benefits would help the cost of attending these schools. Scholarships and financial aid would assist tremendously at some universities. Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University and Northern Michigan University both lend their students computers to omit the cost outside of tuition fees.

Tuitions rates will continue to fluctuate throughout the various universities and each student’s payment will vary based on different qualifications.

 

Author: Chanel

Chanel Stitt is a Journalist at the University of Michigan - Dearborn working towards her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, minoring in Women's and Gender Studies with a Certificate in Public Relations. She has worked at five local publications based in Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Detroit.

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