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It’s time!!! The Common App is live and all our hopeful #victors2019 can begin applying! 

Early Action deadline (which we highly recommend you aim for) is November 1.
School of Music, Theatre & Dance deadline is December 1.
Regular Decision deadline is February 1. 

Good luck and Go Blue!

ummaannex:

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Artscapade! at UMMA is less than a month away! Along with Arts at Michigan, help us to welcome new students to the University of Michigan and show them everything our arts programs have to offer! If you’d like to be a part of this fabulous night, sign up to be a volunteer here

This is an awesome event and we hope to see all you #Victors2018 there!

Asked tombranson

There isn’t any one thing (tests/gpas/essays/etc) that’s most important. We’re really looking to find awesome people who will make successful students here when we’re putting together the year’s class. Numbers never tell the whole story.

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There’s no separate essay for Preferred Admission so you’ll want to write about Ross in your essay, rather than LSA.

(Though just so you know how it works - you’d have to be admitted to LSA prior to being reviewed for P.A. to Ross. If you aren’t granted P.A. for Ross, but you ARE admitted to LSA, you’re still admitted and welcome to attend as an LSA student. Most Ross students are sophomore transfers from LSA, rather than P.A. students.) 

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Are you ready? #victors2019

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You’re absolutely correct. We’ll even send you a postcard once you receive your scores so you know that we have them!

Asked Anonymous

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The Early Action deadline is November 1, so make sure all your stuff is submitted (including prior test scores so your app is complete) before that. To answer your question - YES you may submit additional test scores later for consideration. Have them sent directly from the testing agency and when we receive them we will add them to your file. 

Asked Anonymous

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umengineering:

When darkness falls…engineers go out exploring campus! Love these pics streaming in from the tag #UmichEngin18! 

Asked Anonymous

We don’t have those numbers at this point in the year - however, there are NO guarantees. Your GPA is looked at in the context of your school’s curriculum, your extracurriculars are important, as is your essay. There might be a student with a 36 ACT, but they took all easy classes when their school offered advanced or AP classes, they have no extracurriculars, and their essay didn’t tell us anything about them (and was riddled with typos). We don’t just want great scores, we want great people

In short - generally, yes, perfect GPAs and test scores are excellent indicators, but you need to win us over with who you are beyond that in order to be offered admission.

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Asked Anonymous

Unfortunately, no. If you have previously taken the ACT with Writing or SAT and are taking the test again in October, you must send in your previous scores to complete your application. Once your new test scores from the October exam are received, we will add the new test information to your application and consider that in the review process. On the day of the test you must indicate that you want your scores sent to the University of Michigan so that we will receive them as soon as the scores are available.

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half-a-hearttttttttt:

You can’t hear them, but these frogs my mom put in our flower pots are screaming “GO BLUE” one ribbit at a time. #100happydays #day61 #UofM #umich #goblue #victors2018 🐸🌺🌼

Yay! Welcome to the #Victors2018!

We can’t chance anyone, however it is ALWAYS in your best interest to apply Early Action - no matter what your GPA/scores are. 

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You’re all set! We’ll take the info from the Move-In Maker application and change your move-in date to August 26. You don’t need to do a thing. So happy to have you on the team!

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