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The University of Michigan Museum of Anthropological Archaeology (UMMAA) is a research and curation unit of the university's College of Literature, Science and Arts; it is home to anthropological and archaeological collections from around the world. Our offices and labs are located on central campus in the School of Education Building, whereas our collections are curated off campus at the Research Museums Center (RMC). We welcome visits from members of descendant communities, researchers, and students. If you anticipate needing to meet with Museum staff or curators, please contact us at least three weeks in advance. You may reach our office by phone at 734.764.0485 or by email. UMMAA does not have exhibits and is not open to the general public. To view archaeological exhibits, please consider visiting the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.

Researchers interested in using the Museum's collections should see the Access to Collections section and fill out the Access to Collections form found under the Collection Management Policies.