Current Law School tuition rates can be found here
The Financial Aid office has identified and validated student expense patterns at Michigan Law. Click here
to access information on typical student costs. These figures should serve as a guide to reasonable expenses for students attending the Law School. Budget counseling is available at the Law School Financial Aid Office.
The Law School has its own Financial Aid Office which administers internal financial aid funds such as Law School grants and loans; federal funds such as Stafford Loans (subsidized and unsubsidized), and College Work Study employment; and the Debt Management/Loan Forgiveness program. For information about the Law School's Financial Aid programs, visit their Web site.
Student Financial Services manages student account billing and collection at the University of Michigan. If you have questions concerning your student account, call their toll free number: 877.840.4738 or email UM-SFO@umich.edu
For information on making payments on your account, click here.
Teller (Cashier) Services are available at the teller windows in the Student Activities Building on Central Campus. See below for details:
Students who apply and are approved by the Office of Financial Aid for a short-term emergency loan may receive the funds from Teller Services at Student Financial Services. Valid identification is required. Most other financial aid awards (Direct, Direct subsidized, Direct unsubsidized, Perkins Loans, scholarships, etc.) are disbursed through the Office of Financial Aid.