Ann Arbor & Campus
A thriving city and dynamic campus
Ann Arbor is an economic bright spot and home to over 100,000 residents. The diversity of the University's students, faculty and staff help create a vibrant, culturally rich community.
Amazing labs, centers and teaching space
Michigan Engineering has 23 buildings, including new state-of-the-art facilities, and is home to a bounty of artwork that enhances the public spaces of the campus.
Take a tour—on foot or by Segway
One of the best ways to learn about a school is to take a tour. Many visitors choose to see U-M's Central Campus in the morning and North Campus (where the College of Engineering is located) in the afternoon.
Michigan Engineering offers a wide variety of global experiences and encourages all students to study, work or travel abroad.