The facilities, culture, and energy that define U-M make learning, playing, and community-building an exhilarating experience. There’s so much to do, to see, to learn.
March for climate change or play chess with other enthusiasts. You can find people who share your interests and passions through U-M’s Maize Pages.
Playing sports fosters a healthy lifestyle through engagement, leadership, and activity. Join a variety of leagues from broomball to sand volleyball to ultimate Frisbee.
Study dinosaurs at the Museum of Natural History or mummies at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Take in a Picasso painting at the University of Michigan Museum of Art or explore dental history at the Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry. U-M Museums.
Explore the Asia Library within the Hatcher Graduate Library or page through primary sources at the Bentley Historical Library on North Campus. A wealth of collections can be found across campus. U-M Libraries.
ARTS AT MICHIGAN
This organization integrates arts and culture into the undergraduate experience at the University of Michigan through events, programs, funding, and resources both on campus and off.
THE CITY OF ANN ARBOR
There’s always something happening in Ann Arbor, whether it’s a concert, an exhibit, a festival, or simply the array of shops and restaurants that are open year-round.
Inclusion and identity are critically important to U-M. A wealth of opportunities, resources, and spaces are available to foster and support a unified campus atmosphere.
SAFETY AND WELLNESS
U-M helps protect the health and wellness of students and the broader campus community through facilities such as University Health Care, the Division of Public Safety and Security, and Counseling and Psychological Services.
Just adjacent to campus are a variety of ways to escape into nature. Take a walk through Nichols Arboretum, featuring 123 acres of public land open daily, or explore the Matthai Botanical Gardens, including 300 acres of trails and a beautiful conservatory that’s open year-round.