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ST ONE-WAY STREET West Quadrangle & Mosher-Jordan Hall S. Cambridge House Oxford Houses Please note: Due to COVID-19 STADIUM BLVD. restrictions, many U-M buildings athletic campus are not open to the public. ATHLETIC CAMPUS 9. Betsy Barbour 17. 31. Burton Tower Taubman College Residence Hall 701 Tappan Street 881 N. University Ave. of Architecture 1. 420 S. State Street The Ross School You can hear the bells & Urban Planning Known as The Big House of Business — with from Burton Tower all Housed in the Art & 1201 S. Main Street Maize and Blue Cupboard numerous programs of over Central Campus as Architecture Building Michigan’s football Living on a tight budget? study ranked among they ring at regular times on North Campus, the stadium is the largest in The Maize and Blue the best in the nation — throughout the day. Taubman College of the U.S. Cupboard provides enables students to make Architecture and Urban resources, including food, an impact in the real world. 32. Planning has ample 2. Elbel Field kitchen, and personal and 825 N. University Ave. 336 Hill Street space to reimagine the household items. 18. School of Education Lots of free concerts in a world in which we live. With football, softball, and 610 E. University Ave. gorgeous concert hall. It’s soccer fields plus sand 10. Trotter Multicultural Center SOE is education a great way to experience 44. Lurie Carillon volleyball courts, you can 428 S. State Street practitioners, policymakers, live performances. 1230 Murfin Ave. definitely get active here! The recently opened and researchers working Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m., The Michigan Marching building serves as a hub toward a civically 33. School of Kinesiology during carillon recitals at Band practices here as well. for student activities and engaged society. 830 N. University Avenue , you can visit a symbol of the campus Having recently moved the bells on the second 3. Intramural Sports Bldg. commitment to social 19. School of Social Work into a building in the 606 E. Hoover Avenue floor and the keyboard justice and diversity. 1080 S. University Ave. of Central Campus, room on the third floor. Work out solo or with The School of Social Work the school of Kinesiology friends in this historical 11. ranks first in the nation. now boasts more than 45. Swings on North Campus building that’s been 419 State Street 245,000 sq. feet of If you’re looking for a way to revamped with modern 20. Shapiro Undergraduate classroom, study, and lab de-stress between classes, equipment. Angell Hall Computing Site Library Known as the Fishbowl space. head over to the swings on Known as the UGLI Gerstacker Grove. 4. Yost Arena A convenient place to 919 S. University Ave. 34. Michigan League 1116 S. State Street print papers before class By far the most popular 911 N. University 46. The Duderstadt Center Indoor ice arena where or work at one of the place to study on campus, Great place to connect Commonly referred to as you can watch Michigan many computers. has a café on the first with friends. You can the Dude hockey or skate with floor and is open 24/7. enjoy meals or snacks at 2281 Bonisteel Blvd. friends. 12. LSA Bldg. 500 S. State Street Maizie’s on the first floor. Many audio, digital, and 21. Randall Laboratory fabrication studios here. CENTRAL CAMPUS College of Literature, 450 Church Street 35. School of Dentistry Be sure to check out the Science, and the Arts If you take any physics The #1 dental school in 3D printer and the massive 5. Weill Hall The largest of U-M’s schools classes, you’ll definitely the country. video game library! 735 S. State Street and colleges, the College spend time here. There are balconies on the 36. Chemistry Bldg. 47. Michigan Engineering Gerald R. Ford School of of Literature, Science, 930 N. University Ave. Public Policy and the Arts (or LSA as upper floors to study and Michigan Engineering’s hang out. Both the basement and graduate and Nationally recognized it’s known on campus) the Science Learning leader in quantitative features more than 100 undergraduate programs 22. East Hall Center are great places rank 4th and 6th in the policy analysis, political degree programs in over 530 Church Street to study and ethical analysis, social 75 academic departments nation. The program is You’ll likely take your math housed in numerous policy, communication, and programs. and psych classes here in 37. Dana Bldg. and leadership. 440 Church Street buildings near or next to LSA Opportunity Hub open, well-lit spaces. U-M’s North Campus Grove. 6. Law Quad Exploring careers? You 23. The Rock School for Environment 625 S. State Street can go to drop-in hours, and Sustainability 48. GG Brown Laboratories Go make your mark 2350 Hayward Street schedule an appointment, on the Rock. Students SEAS prepares leaders Michigan Law or attend group willing to take on urgent With a welcoming, open One of the top 10 law and groups paint it design, the GG Brown workshops. different colors and write environmental issues and schools in the country, the transform the future. Laboratory features Law School reading room 13. messages on it just about numerous classrooms is perfect for studying. 530 S. State Street every day. 38. Biological Sciences Bldg. and study spaces, as (Note: The reading room is 24. Central Campus 1105 N. University Ave. well as great views of open to undergraduates. Counseling and North Campus. Psychological Services Recreation Bldg. (CCRB) Museum of Natural History The law library is reserved 401 Washtenaw Ave for law students. (CAPS) Wellness Zone Take time out to explore 49. The Wave Field If you’re feeling stressed, 25. Undergraduate the dinosaur exhibits and Come run the waves 7. The Cube you can drop in to try out Science Bldg. planetarium and grab a created by Maya Lin, You can let off some massage chairs, yoga, 204 Washtenaw Ave. bite at Darwin’s cafe. the artist known for steam by spinning the meditation, light therapy, This building includes the Vietnam Veterans and other wellness 39. School of Pharmacy Memorial in Washington, large cube sculpture next teaching laboratories U.S. News & World Report to the Michigan Union. It’s resources. Counseling for the Department of DC. This interactive at CAPS is open to all ranked the University sculpture is both a work balanced on one corner Molecular, Cellular, and of Michigan College of and spins easily for how students. Developmental Biology of art and a playground. heavy it is. Pharmacy among the Spectrum Center and interdisciplinary best in the nation. 50. North Campus 8. Student Activities Bldg. A welcoming space where science instructional Recreation Bldg. (NCRB) 515 Jefferson Street LGBTQ+ students and space and support. 40. School of Public Health 2375 Hubbard Road allies can find community Ranked among the top Newly renovated with Home of the Office 26. Palmer Field five schools of public of Undergraduate and support. 401 Washtenaw Ave. great facilities and , health in the country. equipment. Admissions Office of 14. You can shoot some Financial Aid, and the hoops, run the track, play 41. Nichols International Center. Museum of Art (UMMA) 51. Earl V. Moore Bldg. 525 S. State Street tennis, and use the field Known as the ‘Arb’ 1100 Baits Drive With hundreds of works for playing games and 1610 Washington Heights to the Arts Located on the Hill, the Attend arts events of art and a café, UMMA hanging out. School of Music, Theatre Arb has trails, & Dance throughout the just might become one of 27. The Power Center your favorite hangouts. gardens, and open spaces A top-ranked school, community for free — pick U-M’s most technically to relax and enjoy nature. up a Passport Voucher and SMTD has extraordinary 15. Tappan Hall sophisticated faculty that hail from a exchange it for an event 855 S. University Ave. performance space. 42. Michigan ticket at the box office. range of accomplished is backgrounds in the arts. Fine Arts Library 28. School of Nursing home to one of the Career Center Clothes A quiet spot open to 426 N. Ingalls Street largest health care Closet Stearns Collection of all students. There’s an The U-M School of Nursing campuses in Michigan. It Musical Instruments Need business attire for an excellent collection of art features recently renovated has been the site of many interview? The center has Check out historical and history resources. lab space and expansive groundbreaking medical contemporary musical a wide selection of clothing classrooms for elevating and technological donated for any student. instruments from all 16. Hatcher Graduate Library the practice of nursing. advancements since over the world in exhibits Commonly referred to as First Gen Gateway 29. North Quadrangle the Medical School first throughout the Moore Hatcher or The Grad opened in 1850. Building. First in your family to attend 913 S. University Ave college? The Gateway can School of Information U-M’s largest library is 52. Arthur Miller Theatre connect you with all of the UMSI works to connect NORTH CAMPUS highlighted by its Special people, information, and 1226 Murfin Avenue resources and support Collections Research available at U-M. technology. 43. Art and Architecture Bldg. Named after the Center of rare, original 2000 Bonisteel Blvd. esteemed American source materials. 30. Modern Languages Bldg playwright and U-M 812 Washington Street Stamps School of Art alumnus, the Arthur & Design Miller theatre features Media Center The U-M Stamps School a courtyard format Room 2001 of Art & Design offers a theatre to showcase both UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS From sound mixing to unique education within professional and student HD video production, the the University of Michigan, productions. Media Center has all the focusing on creative tools you need to produce practice as an engine digital media projects. for cultural change and admissions.umich.edu innovation. 734-764-7433 Thanks for visiting! We hope you come back! Michigan schools and colleges