The Beyond the Diag program in the Dean of Students Office provides off-campus housing resources for safety, communication, and education for U-M students. Student Ambassadors and professional staff work to connect students with neighbors to build community, share information about resources available to those living off-campus, and maintain a Housing Listing Service.
Student Life at the University of Michigan provides students with much more than simply a place to study, sleep, or work. Our Michigan Housing residence halls include Multicultural Lounges, recreational areas, events, and learning programs; for those living off-campus, our Beyond the Diag program has information about neighborhoods, roommates, and a Housing Listing Service. Need fuel for finals? Our award-winning Michigan Dining offers a variety of delicious and healthy selections in twelve on-campus cafés, seven markets, and seven residential dining halls across campus. And whether it's time to take a break from studying or gather your friends for a group project, the University Unions (Michigan League, Michigan Union, and Pierpont Commons) are here to serve as the "living rooms" of the campus community, providing places to eat, work, study, and connect.