Your eight-digit UMICH ID number is required on all documents submitted to our office. Instructions
Watch this video to get answers to frequently asked Financial Aid questions.
CashCourse: Financial Literacy for College Students—Financial Basics and Paying for College
Read the Office of Financial Aid Newsletter for important tips and information.
Spring / Summer 2013 Request for Funds Application
All continuing students who wish to borrow federal loans for the Spring/Summer 2013 term must complete the Spring/Summer 2013 Request for Funds (RFF) Application.
Free Application for Federal Students Aid
My Scholarship Profile is a form on Wolverine Access where you can submit information about yourself to be used in identifying your eligibility for certain university scholarships.
Completing your scholarship profile will not guarantee you qualify for a specific scholarship, but it ensures that you will be in a pool for consideration when additional information is needed for scholarship consideration.
We recommend all students set up direct deposit via Wolverine Access Without direct deposit, refunds will be mailed to your current address in Wolverine Access. Be sure your current address is updated.
Required Reading is the reference and resource guide for students who are awarded financial aid at the University of Michigan. We call it Required Reading because it answers many questions students ask about their financial aid and provides information you must know in order to receive financial aid at U-M. You are expected to read it in order to understand the rights and responsibilities that go along with receiving your aid.
Ross Financial Aid Office Location:
Electronic Education and Resources Bldg.
Second Floor, Room E2540
701 Tappan Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1234
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Tuesday - Friday
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Ross Financial Aid Staff:
Diane K. Hunt
Linda S. Schaefer
Financial Aid Administrator