Bachelor of Science in Urban Technology

Application Deadline:
February 1

Urban Technology does not participate in Early Action admission.

Enrollment Deposit Deadline:
May 1

/ Application Eligibility and Requirements


The Urban Technology degree is open to 2025 (and beyond) high school graduates. While Urban Technology is not available as a dual-degree option, a minor is incorporated, so you will explore a complementary discipline in-depth during your time as a Wolverine.


Your application will be reviewed both by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and the faculty of the Urban Technology degree. We are seeking problem solvers with an interest in people-driven solutions that address urban challenges such as climate change, equitable housing, transportation efficiency, and more. We want to enroll students who are entrepreneurial and view technology from a variety of perspectives.

No portfolio is required to apply to the Urban Technology degree.

/ How to Apply

All first-year applicants submit their applications using the Common Application.

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions processes all undergraduate applications and can answer all inquiries about application requirements and submission. You can use the “Ask Blue” Admissions Chatbot for questions you have.

/ Application Status and Decisions

Enrollment Connect is U-M’s one-stop shop for all your application needs: track your checklist and application status, receive important messages from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, view your application decision, and more. Your login credentials will be included in the email from that confirmed your successful application submission. Didn’t receive your login credentials? Request a verification communication.

Admissions Decisions

Admission decisions for Urban Technology are typically sent out in early April. If you are offered admission, you have until May 1 to accept it.

/ Paying for your Degree

Making decisions about the next step in your educational journey is a time full of opportunity and potential; however, it may also be accompanied by concerns regarding paying for your degree. There are numerous financial resources to help you manage tuition and living expenses.