Student Life

Student Life’s University Housing provides students with much more than simply a place to study, sleep, or work; residence halls include lounges and recreational areas, events and learning programs. And for those living off-campus, Beyond the Diag has information about neighborhoods, roommates, and a Housing Listing Service. Student Life's award-winning Michigan Dining offers a wide variety of delicious and healthy selections in 7 dining halls and 17 markets and cafes all across campus; and Student Life's University Unions includes the Michigan League, Michigan Union, and Pierpont Commons which serve as the "living room" of the campus community, providing conveniences and amenities, places to eat, work, study, meet, and connect.

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Maize & Blue Cupboard

Our mission is to ensure members of the University of Michigan community—whether on a tight budget or physically restrained from getting to a grocery store—receive equitable access to healthy, nutritious, and nourishing food and the ability to prepare it for themselves or others. Don't need a resource? Be a resource! Learn how to help by visiting the website.

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Student Jobs Plentiful on Campus

Whether earning income to help pay for their education, to augment living expenses, or to gain new skills, thousands of students are employed by the University of Michigan.

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Looking for Off Campus Housing?

Wondering where to live, how much it will cost, or who to live with? Considering moving off-campus for the summer or fall? Do you have any questions about sublease agreements?

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