Parents & Family Weekend 2021 is November 5 - 7!
Come join your student on campus to enjoy the Michigan Experience. Information sessions and open houses with the schools and colleges, campus historical tours, Student Life’s signature Parents & Family Weekend Tailgate, and a home Football game are just a few of the opportunities for you to explore campus during this fun and exciting weekend. We hope to see you there!
Got questions? Email us at email@example.com or call at 734-764-7420.
Download the Parents & Family Weekend App! In your app store search Parents & Family Weekend and look for the block M.
University of Michigan Parents & Family Facebook Group
Your student isn't the only one this semester who gets to join cool campus clubs and groups! The @UMichParents Facebook group* can keep you informed of pertinent university information and connected to fellow U-M parents and family just like you!
*This Facebook group is hosted by Michigan Social and not Parents & Family Weekend.
Dear Wolverine Families,
When we welcome your students to the University of Michigan, to their home for their academic careers, we do so knowing that the home you have given them until now is precisely what has prepared them to join the Leaders & Best. We want you to know that this campus that they now make their own is filled with opportunities for them to enrich their lives, their minds, and their passions.
This is why it is our privilege and our pleasure to invite you to see firsthand the sort of home they have with us. Additionally, Parent and Family Weekend is a unique opportunity for us to meet our students’ first teachers — you, their parents and family members — and for you to meet us. We are a community of many voices and identities, and you are a key part of our community, too.
We are always grateful that you have chosen to entrust your students to the University of Michigan. The lessons they learn here go far beyond the classroom, and the bonds they form with their fellow Wolverines will last a lifetime. This weekend, we invite you to experience this with them.
Martino Harmon, Ph.D.
Vice President for Student Life