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Apply for Bachelor of Science in Urban Technology

The Bachelor of Science in Urban Technology degree is a fall application, but winter start program. Interested students will complete a fall admission application (due by February 1), which will be used to consider students for admission to the winter term. Students will begin their classes in January, not September, if admitted to the program.

This degree is only available for new high school graduates at this time. Transfer students or U-M cross campus transfers are currently not eligible to apply.

We are no longer accepting applications for the 2021 admission cycle.

2022-2023 Applicants

Students interested in applying for the winter 2023 term can apply beginning in August 2021 using the fall 2022 admission application (due February 1, 2022).

Application Fee and Requirements

First-year student applicants submit their application via the Common Application or Coalition Application. The Bachelor of Science in Urban Technology is a winter-start program. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions processes all undergraduate applications and can answer all inquiries about application requirements and submission. More info: Paying the Application Fee or Requesting an App Fee Waiver.

Application Status and Evaluation

Enrollment Connect is a U-M website for all application needs: track your checklist and application status, receive important messages from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, view application decision, and more. To log in, use the login credentials from the email sent from Michigan.Admissions@umich.edu verifying your application submission has been successful. If you have not received your login credentials, please visit Verification Email Not Received.

Checking Application Status

Decision Notification

Selection Process and Decision FAQs

Paying the Enrollment Deposit (EDR)

Checking Financial Aid and Residency Appeals

Updating Application

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