Detroit Guide

Detroit Guide

Your passport to the city. Click the image to check out our guide for helpful hints to make the most of your Detroit experience.

Student Service Center

Student Service Center

Students are able to access a variety of resources in one place, including Admissions, Dual J.D., Financial Aid, Multicultural Affairs, Registrar, and Student Affairs and Services.

No Better Place to Make Connections

No Better Place to Make Connections

For the fifth year in a row, UDM Law 2Ls and 3Ls stepped forward to mentor the Fall 2014 first-year class. Student-to-student mentors help incoming students make the transition to law school, introduce them to new friends, and engage them in the life of the school.

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Although student loans are a convenient source of funding for your education, it is important to budget and borrow carefully.

  1. Consider ways to keep your costs down to reduce student loan debt.
  2. Borrow only what you need.
  3. Keep track of your loan debt and the amount you will have to repay when you graduate.

Take very seriously the responsibility of borrowing and repaying an educational loan.

  1. Read and understand the terms and conditions on your promissory note. You are agreeing to repay the loan with all accrued and capitalized interest and deducted fees.
  2. It is your responsibility to read and keep all your records and contact your lender regarding any changes in your status as a student.
  3. You are obligated to repay your loan regardless of whether you complete your education, are satisfied with your education, or are able to find a job.

How conscientiously you make payments on your student loan will affect your ability to borrow for a car, a house, or other purchases in the future.  If you are late with your student loan payments, it will have a negative effect on your credit history.  On the other hand, repaying your student loan on time can help you establish and maintain an excellent credit history.