Guaranteed Admission Pathways

As a progressive Research 1 university committed to access, the UofM offers multiple pathways to become a Tiger.  There are five pathways for which a student can earn guaranteed admission as an undergraduate student:

  1. Earned an Associates degree (AA/AS) from an accredited community college. Associates of Applied Science (AAS) degrees may be considered for admission, but are not eligible for guaranteed admission.
  2. A calculated transfer GPA of 2.5 or greater with at least 15 earned hours of college-level credit (excluding developmental coursework).
  3. Take a dual enrollment course with the UofM during your senior year of high school.
  4. Complete all four of the Tiger Prep Dual Enrollment courses prior to high school graduation (available at select high schools only).
  5. Complete all three modules of the Tiger Prep Academy during the summer immediately following high school graduation (May/June graduates only) and prior to the start of fall classes.  This is an invitation only opportunity. 

Prospective students meeting any one of these criteria are eligible for guaranteed admission.  Students must submit an undergraduate application, application fee, and all required materials.