2012 MMSS Program Fees
Two 2-week sessions are offered and students may elect to attend one or both sessions. A single course is elected for each session and class runs from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm with an hour break for lunch. Sessions run Monday through Friday for two weeks.
Session I: June 24 - July 6, 2012
Session II: July 8 - July 20, 2012
Commuter Students (1 Session) - $1,000
Residential Students (1 Session) - $1,700
Commuter Students (Both Sessions) - $2,000
Residential Students (Both Sessions) - $3400
is a $100 application fee that must be received by the
MMSS program before
your application will be considered
for admission. The fee is non-refundable. Application fees in the form of a check received after May 1, 2012 will not be deposited until the student has received an offer of admission. This application fee is not applied towards tuition or housing.
All program tuition and fees will be due by May 25, 2012, regardless of which session you are attending.
Residential students will stay in a University residence hall and eat at a residence hall cafeteria. Typically 2 students stay in each room. There are many organized activities after hours and on the weekend that all students are invited and encouraged to participate in. Students should bring some spending money in the form of an ATM or Debit card with them for evening activities and extra meals.
Note that Residential Students are served breakfast, lunch and dinner. On the weekends, a reduced meal plan is provided.
Optional activities include a Saturday trip to the Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio ($60), and another activity ($30). Note: in the past, the second activity has included a trip to a baseball game, visiting the Detroit Science Museum, or other similar activity.
Other optional fees associated with the MMSS program include an airport pickup/return service for $50 round trip.
Financial Support for Students
To be considered for financial support, it will be necessary to provide us with a copy of your parents' or guardians' front page of the 2011 tax return. We cannot consider your application for financial aid until we have this document. Include any additional documentation describing extenuating circumstances as additional justification. International students must submit a corresponding form with all currency converted to USD.
Methods of Payment
DO NOT SEND CASH!
Methods of payment to the Michigan Math and Science Scholars program can be made as follows:
- Checks drawn on US banks that are located within the United States.
- Money orders drawn on US banks that are located within the United States.
Please make checks and money order out to "The Univeristy of Michigan."
- If you are an international applicant w/o access to a US-based bank, please submit your payment to the Michigan Math and Science Scholars via wire transfer. Please contact the MMSS program for specific wire transfer information.
Please notify the program via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org that you have sent your wire transfer. Include the date, time, sender's full name, and for whom the payment/transfer is for in your e-mail.
MMSS Refund Policy
In the event that you have to withdraw from the MMSS program, the following refund policy will apply and a check will be issued to you at the end of the camp:
|Before and up to May 25, 2012
||50% refund of tuition and fees
|After May 25 and up to June 4, 2012
||25% refund of tuition and fees
|After June 4, 2012
Due to the fixed operating costs associated with the MMSS program, no refund or pro-rated tuition will be given to participants who leave the program early due to medical injury/illness, disciplinary action, family emergency, self-elected withdraw, or any other reason.
Michigan Math and Science Scholars
The University of Michigan
Room 2074, East Hall Building
530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043