How do I pay for it?

Figuring out how to get a top-notch education can feel like staring up at Mount Everest without the proper gear. Fortunately, we have a multitude of resources to help. Let’s climb!

More than 81% of enrolled
U of M students receive
financial support.

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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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Tuition, room, books, transportation … answer a few questions to estimate your costs.

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On-the-job experience

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

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Earn while you learn

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

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Henry Croll in Dodoma, Tanzania

Crossing new borders

Henry Croll, a civil engineering major with a focus on water and environmental engineering, hopes to not only make an impact in his community but to also make an impact worldwide.

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By the numbers


$347M

Financial support given to U of M undergraduates each year

45%

Students who receive U of M scholarships

41%

Students who work at jobs on campus

Come see us!

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.