Find answers to admissions questions related to COVID-19.

Visiting campus during the COVID-19 pandemic

Can I visit campus? 

At this time, our campus is closed for information sessions and tours through December 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience, but trust that you understand our priority is keeping our community safe. A number of virtual opportunities are available to connect with admissions counselors and learn more about the University of Michigan. 


Standardized testing for application cycle 2020-21

Given the impact of social distancing and cancellations on standardized testing options for students, is U-M a test optional school for admissions for the fall?

The pandemic continues to create unique challenges for students, so we have modified our admissions process and requirements. For the 2020-2021 application cycle, students who are unable to provide standardized test scores are encouraged to apply and will not be disadvantaged in the process. Applications will be reviewed with the information a student is able to provide. Students will be considered regardless of their ability to test or provide test scores. 

Online classes and my application

How will taking classes online will impact my application or enrollment?

If you are a high school student, we will accept the information provided on your transcripts from the high school as satisfying graduation requirements. If you are a transfer applicant, please contact the U-M school or college for which you have interest.