Thinking of visiting campus? We’d love to see you and show you some of what makes the University of Michigan and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts unique! Sign up for a tour or info session with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions here (or, you can watch a virtual information session).
If you come to visit campus, be sure to check out the following:
- the new addition to the LSA Building
- the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (next door to the LSA Building)
- the U-M Museum of Art (across the street from the LSA Building)
- the new Central Campus Classroom Building
- the Museum of Natural History (be sure to check their website for their hours of operation)
To set up a meeting with an LSA academic department, please review the department’s website; then, contact them via phone or email.
Please note: LSA does not give its own tours; instead, LSA-specific content is covered on the tours given by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. If you have questions about LSA, take a look at our website, where you can learn more about the liberal arts and LSA curriculum, see the list of majors and minors that LSA offers, hear about student life, and sign up for a Prospective Student Q&A Session. You can also reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions as a prospective or admitted first-year student, or LSATransferTeam@umich.edu with questions as a prospective or admitted transfer student.
Message from the Office of Admissions regarding tours and visits:
- Click here for information on outdoor walking tours and information sessions.
- Our Virtual Resources page offers many ways to discover more about Michigan.
- 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.
COVID-19 Information: Although masking is now optional, mask use is still suggested as an effective strategy for enhanced personal protection, especially for those with immune status, those who are not vaccinated or up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations, and anyone with a perceived increased situational risk. For the latest updates, please visit coronavirus.umich.edu.