While students are able to find off-campus housing throughout the year, most students secure housing for the next academic year before the current fall semester ends.
This generous gift supports our mission to create a more equitable and accessible campus for all students and serves as a commitment to improving the lives of those with spinal cord injuries.
When students work on campus, they can earn an income and gain valuable work experience. In fact, many students report that having a part-time job helps them use their time more efficiently.
With the Michigan Union closed for renovations this year, students have a great opportunity to explore other dining options.
Ann Arbor offers a variety of transportation options to support your student.
At U-M, more than 6,000 students participate as members of over 60 organizations. Here are pointers to help you discuss Fraternity and Sorority Life with your student.
It may surprise you to know that job and internship recruitment activities will begin as soon as your student arrives on campus.
Parents & Family Weekend is just around the corner! It takes place November 2-4, 2018, and registration starts September 13. Here are the top three reasons why you should consider attending.
Do your students have a burning desire to take on the injustices in the world and seek to meld activist pursuits with a university degree? If so, they are in the right place!