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To support the University of Michigan’s efforts to help minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, campus guests are expected to complete ResponsiBlue Guest, the daily COVID-19 symptom check tool, prior to accessing campus buildings.  U-M policy also requires all individuals — both vaccinated and unvaccinated —to wear a face covering while in a campus building or on campus transit.   To set up a meeting with an academic department, please review the department’s website then contact them via phone or email. 

Message from the Office of Admissions regarding tours and visits

Click here for information on limited outdoor walking tours. Your understanding is greatly appreciated, and we look forward to expanding campus tour access as soon as possible. We are not currently able to offer any in-person Admissions advising or information sessions, but our Virtual Resources page offers many ways to discover more about Michigan. In the meantime, prospective students and families with questions may contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions via phone (734-764-7433) from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and email or live chat until 4:30 p.m. For the latest updates, please visit  


We want to talk to you and learn about what you’re interested in studying! Join current students and Frances, our Recruiting Coordinator, for a virtual Q&A session. You may also reach out via email to or click on the link below to reserve your seat at the next session.

LSA has dedicated staff and student ambassadors who support the unique needs of transfer students and help them get the most out of their U-M education. Visit the Transfer Student Center website and schedule an appointment with the LSA Transfer Team to chat.

LSA Virtual Campus Tour

At LSA, what you see is what you get…and what you’ve got here is pretty incredible. You will love the LSA Building, an amazing space that's great for collaboration. This video uncovers stunning facilities, specialized equipment, and unique-to-us opportunities that are around every corner.

The U-M Campus

LSA is the largest of the university’s 19 schools and colleges, located entirely on Central Campus. Take a virtual stroll around to get the lay of the land, but be careful not to step on the brass Block M in the middle of the Diag. That’s bad luck!

Ann Arbor

The University of Michigan is located in Ann Arbor, often hailed as America’s best college town. Once you experience the food, festivals, fairs, museums (U-M has several), parks, art, performances, and a little thing called Football Saturday, you’ll get it. In fact, you may not want to leave.

Connect With a Department

Browse our academic departments. If you would like to learn more or to request an appointment, you can connect via phone or email using the contact information at the bottom of the department page.  Appointments should be requested with at least two weeks’ notice, and typically run up to 30 minutes.

There is a bit of homework you should finish before you meet:

  • Review the unit’s website and degree requirements for the major(s) that interest you
  • Review the LSA website and career visualization tool
  • Prepare your list of questions

Want the grand tour? Register online for an information session and Central Campus walking tour through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

Park It

Get familiar with your parking options and scope out available parking spots around town when you come visit. If you park on the street, take note (or a pic) of your parking spot number. You can add time to the meter from any pay station around campus. Because preparation > frustration and fines.

Map It

As a student you may get lost in a project or in a book, but we never want you to get physically lost! Check out this U-M walking tour, complete with points of interest and the all-important maps!

Revel in It

Art lovers can seek out our Public Art collection featuring outdoor installations around town. This art is beautiful, memorable, and instagrammable.

Don’t Miss It (Applies to the bus, but also class)

In this Admissions Blog, LSA student Lisa Kim details options for getting around campus. Your future self will thank you for the quick read.