All undergraduate and transfer applications are handled by the Undergraduate Admissions Office, 1220 Student Activities Building, phone: 734.764.7433, email: email@example.com. Contact Undergraduate Admissions for an application form, or download one from their web site.
Application deadline for fall admission is generally February 1 (March 1 for transfer applicants), but please see the official U-M How to Apply page for authoritative information.
You should apply to be in the college of LS&A if you desire to be a Physics major (Non-Engineering).
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Declaring a Major
Before you you declare a Physics major, advisors like to see that you are prepared for it by taking the prerequisites to the major. Please see the details below before you decide to declare. Once you have taken the prerequisites, you can declare either the B.S. Physics Concentration or the Interdisciplinary Physics Concentration (B.S. or B.A.) during a Physics Advising Appointment.