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Waitlisted Students

More info about being on the UROP waitlist...

It is with regret we inform you that currently there is no opening in UROP in your chosen interest, and NO it will not help to change your interest area at this time.  Currently all our seminars are full and still over capacity.  We won't know more until after the first two weeks of school during which students modify their schedules.  If a spot opens and we can find you a placement, you will be contacted via email. 

For any first year student we are unable to find a spot in our program, we will contact you again for next year and try to give you priority for the program.  In addition, we will put you on our email list so you can hear about any other opportunities that may be available to the UM student community at large.

How do I participate for Work-Study in UROP?

Instructions for Using Work-Study Funding for Research in UROP

Work Study is a financial aid program that is awarded through the UM Office of Financial Aid and is part of your UM financial aid package. To qualify to receive work study awards, you must have financial need as demonstrated through the FAFSA process completed earlier in the year. To determine if you have a work study award and the amount of that award, login to Wolverine Access and click on “Student Business>View Financial Aid Award Summary.”

How Work Study Students Participate in UROP:

UROP students will be employed by UROP and will receive an hourly wage of $8.50 for the hours worked on the research project. Only hours worked on the project may be submitted on timesheets for payment.  Activities related to the research seminar (attendance at seminars, work on assignments, projects and individual meetings with Peer Advisors) may not be submitted on time sheets for payment!

Work Study participants will register for 1 academic credit of UC280.001. Students will register for this course after finding a research project and submitting the UROP Learning Agreement Contract. Credit is earned by attending a bi-weekly research seminar where a variety of research issues are explored, completing journal and reading assignments, having individual monthly meetings with their UROP Peer Advisor, and completing a term project.  A detailed syllabus for this course with complete information about topics, assignments, etc. will be available on the UROP Peer Instructor’s CTools website after a student has been admitted and placed in a peer group.

Do you still have questions not answered here?

If you have a question that was not answered here, then you can email us at or call the office at 734-615-9000