Student Life

Canopy Information, Locations & Guidelines

Reservable Event Canopies

For one year only and during pandemic recovery, Campus is making available canopies to specifically support U-M outdoor events. The event canopies are available for U-M student organizations, departments, and U-M sponsored organizations to support the vibrancy of campus. Canopies are unfurnished, and event organizers are responsible for all vendor coordination (e.g. furniture rental, event set-up, and trash coordination) based on the needs of their individual events. Reservations are required, and events are to be coordinated with Facilities & Operations Outdoor Events (Central Campus canopy location) or the Center for Campus Involvement (North Campus canopy location).

Event Canopy Locations & Information:

Open for Event Reservations April 2, 2022 - Oct 27, 2022
 
North Campus - Gerstacker Grove
Size: 30x75
For reservations and general use rules: Center for Campus Involvement
Central Campus - Ingalls Mall North (between the Alumni Center and the Michigan League)
Size: 60x120
For reservations and general rules: Facilities & Operations

Information updated March 11, 2022


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students in the U-M garden


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