Spring/Summer registration will open for select students on March 31 by appointment. View Wolverine Access >Student Center to view your registration appointment date.
Students in lockstep programs – please contact your program office to inquire when your program plans to register you for Spring/Summer classes. Note: students will financial holds will be blocked from registration. Questions about a financial hold should be directed to Student Financial Services.
New Entering students, starting in Spring/Summer 2022 :
If you are interested in Federal aid, you must submit a 2021-2022 FAFSA with school code 002325 for University of Michigan Ann Arbor before June 30, 2022. Upon receiving the FAFSA, we will either request for additional documents or create a Financial Aid Award Notice within 1-2 weeks from receiving all required documents.
For students that applied for federal aid as an undergraduate student in Winter 2022, and will now be a Graduate student in Spring/Summer 2022:
Please update your existing 2021-2022 FAFSA through studentaid.gov, by changing your grade status from undergraduate to a graduate student than contact email@example.com to identify your unique situation. This will help us look for the updated FAFSA and ensure timely processing of Spring/Summer aid.
Continuing Students :
A Spring/Summer Financial Aid Award Notice will be automatically created if you:
- Have the current aid year’s FAFSA on file. And all associated documents with the FAFSA completed.
- Registered at least half time for Spring/Summer classes.
If you do not have a current year FAFSA on file, you will need to go to studentaid.gov to submit a 2021-2022 FAFSA. The 2021-2022 FAFSA is available until June 30,2022. If you miss this deadline you will not be eligible for federal aid. However, you may explore private loans.
Grad PLUS / Private Loans :
Students in need of Grad PLUS Loan or Private Loan borrowing must submit a new application with borrowing terms of Spring/Summer (months of : May to August). Grad PLUS and Private loans will not be automatically renewed and will require separate Spring/Summer loan certification from that of Fall/Winter.
The Ross School of Business Office of Financial Aid is a satellite office of the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid.