Student studying in the Mechanical Engineering building

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Princeton Review 150 Best Value

Best quality. Best value.

We remain the most affordable four-year college in the state for students from families earning $30,000 or less, and are among the most affordable for families with incomes of $75,000 or less.

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Stephen Mylabathula and wheelchair device
Scholarship recipient Meg Foster poses with her computer
Scholarship recipient James Cox poses for a photo

On-the-job experience

An active alumni network and strong business community lead to paid internships and co-ops for many CSE students.

Earn while you learn

Each year, hundreds of CSE undergraduate students work side by side with faculty on research projects in every department.

CSE student Nibir Sarma

Journey to Jeopardy!

Nibir Sarma, a chemical engineering major and multiple scholarship recipient, plans to use his education to solve global problems. Meanwhile, he's making the most of his college experience in CSE student groups and away from campus. Read about his journey to the Jeopardy! College Championship.

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By the numbers


Financial support given to U of M undergraduates each year


Students who receive U of M scholarships


Students who work at jobs on campus

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The best way to see if we are a fit for you is to visit campus. Meet other students and hear about our academic programs.