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02-03 LS&A Bulletin

Chapter VII: Admissions and General Information

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
1220 Student Activities Building
515 East Jefferson Street
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1316

(734) 764-7433

Students are admitted to the College by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions from whom appropriate forms and instructions are available. The Director of Undergraduate Admissions welcomes prospective first-year students who wish to participate in a group information session prior to submitting an application; appointments should be arranged in advance.

A non-refundable application fee is required of all who seek degree admission to the University. The application fee in 2001-02 was $40 (U.S. mailing address), $55 (International mailing address). This fee is not required of applicants seeking readmission, of students requesting cross-campus transfers, or of new transfer applications from UM—Dearborn or UM—Flint. A $200 enrollment deposit which is applied toward tuition is required of all new students admitted to the College.

Transfer Students

Students with good records of scholarship in other colleges and universities or from the UM—Dearborn or UM—Flint campuses who wish to continue their academic work in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts should request the Admissions Bulletin from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions or through the UM Admissions website. An official transcript from each institution attended, as well as a final transcript from the high school from which the student was graduated, must be submitted as part of the application process. GED scores are acceptable.


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