Funding and Financial Aid

Financing your education at the University of Michigan School of Public Health is an investment in a better future. We understand how important financial considerations are in your decision to pursue an undergraduate or graduate degree, and we partner with our students—from a wide range of income levels—to help them identify resources and opportunities that will support their needs and academic success.

A variety of types of assistance are available to help you cover your costs—federal loans, work-study positions, scholarships, fellowships, graduate student instructorships, graduate student research assistantships, full-time and temporary employment, and private sources.

Prospective Students

Current Undergraduate Students


Current Graduate Online Students

We’re happy to help 

The University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid is available to help you get started! In addition to our team of experts and resources, we partner closely with Ann Wank,, Senior Financial Aid Administrator who serves as our schools liaison. Department program coordinators and the Recruitment and Admissions team in the Office for Student Engagement and Practice are additional points of contact who are available to you as a prospective or current student.