Are you ready to become a CMU Chippewa? As you prepare to fill out your Central Michigan University application use this checklist as your guide.
1. Submit your application
The application opens Aug. 1! Use either apply.cmich.edu
or the Common Application
. Completed applications (items 1-4 on this page) received by December 1 will receive priority consideration for access to first-come, first-served academic scholarships. Applications are evaluated on a rolling basis. Those received after December 1 will still be evaluated but may result in limited availability of scholarships.
2. Pay the application fee
The application fee can be paid when you submit your application online. The fee is required to process your application. Talk with your guidance counselor if you think you may be eligible for an application fee waiver.
3. Send your official SAT or ACT score to CMU
When you take the SAT or ACT, be sure to mark CMU as a top choice so we receive your score. If you've already taken the test, you can email your official score report to us at email@example.com or request it through the SAT or ACT websites. Be sure to send your score after each time you take the test.
SAT code: 1106 / ACT code: 1972
4. Submit your official transcript
Submit your official high school transcript at the time you apply. Michigan high school students should send transcripts to CMU using www.parchment.com. Students in other states should ask their high school guidance counselor about their school's timing and policies.Keep us updated with new transcripts at the end of each semester. It may mean an upgrade in your scholarship. Students enrolled in an Early/Middle college, or with credits earned through a dual enrollment program, must submit transcripts from each college attended.
What can I do next?
Complete your FAFSA
Be sure to file for financial aid with a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at
www.fafsa.ed.gov. The FAFSA may be filed beginning October 1. Designate CMU as your school of choice to qualify for financial aid. CMU will send a financial aid award statement to each admitted student who completes a FAFSA.
When will I receive a decision?
Admissions letters will start to hit mailboxes in early September. Scholarship notifications will arrive later in the fall.