Finding individual college merit scholarship information can take a lot of time. Instead, we’ve gathered the statistics you need to know about University of Michigan’s merit scholarships, at a quick glance.
Before diving in, make sure to review The Ultimate Guide to Merit Scholarships.
University of Michigan’s Merit Scholarships Statistics
- Percentage of students with no financial need: 61%
- Percentage of students with no financial need who were awarded merit scholarships: 21%
- Average dollar amount of non-need based merit scholarships: $4,480
To learn more about University of Michigan’s Merit Scholarship opportunities, visit here.
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