University of Michigan students come from all 50 states and 114 countries. Our students are a mosaic of races, cultures, languages, religions, and points of view. The result is a setting where students can continually learn and grow through interactions with each other, and prepare for a future in the global economy. U-M students have a long history of demonstrating excellence and rigor in academics. What kind of academic preparation should you engage in to be prepared for your undergraduate major?
Undergraduate Admissions offers helpful information to prospective students as they prepare to apply to U-M. The Preparing Yourself for College, a year-by-year planning guide, highlights activities that prospective students might do on throughout high school to prepare to apply to U-M and support their future transition to college life. The Undergraduate Admissions website also provides an overview of suggested College Preparation Courses applicants can take if offered at their high school to demonstrate their commitment to academics and support the future transition to college courses.
The ACT website also offers helpful resources and tools for prospective students planning for college such as academic preparation tips, suggestions on choosing a college, and a year-by-year college preparation checklist.
If you are a transfer student considering what courses to take at another institution and wondering what courses will transfer, you can check out the Transfer Credit Equivalency from U-M Undergraduate Admissions.