Telluride House (MBTA) is a living community at the University of Michigan founded on the three pillars of intellectual inquiry, community service, and self-governance. Made up of 24 undergraduate and graduate students from all ages, backgrounds, and academic disciplines, all residents are on a full scholarship that covers food and housing, renewable for up to five years.
How does this work with University of Michigan's process?
U of M's Office of Admissions has a mantra: apply early. Students who do so are in a better position to capture financial aid and make important decisions that impact their college applications.
The University of Michigan has a rolling admission process, meaning that they evaluate applications as they arrive. This system is independent from Telluride Association. We strongly encourage high school seniors interested in our scholarship to apply to U of M before the Early Action deadline of November 1, 2017.
MBTA's application period opens to incoming first-year university students in spring of 2018. Join our mailing list to be notified of important application deadlines and information about future recruitment events.
Michigan Branch Telluride Association | 734-668-6039 | www.telluride-house.com
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