The Town & Campus
Settled in the heart of a classic college town, the University of Michigan is the perfect setting for you to grow, learn and accept new challenges.
Home to more than 40,000 students, the University of Michigan is a vibrant campus that has it all. Whether you prefer the bustling halls of the Michigan Union, the quiet solitude at the library, the casual atmosphere of the Dude or the beautiful weather on the North Campus Diag, there’s a spot for you at Michigan.
The College of Engineering is settled on North Campus, in the heart of nature and surrounded by the schools of Art & Design and Music, Theatre & Dance. With more than 30 public art installations and 1500 students living on North Campus during their first year, creativity and energy is everywhere you look.
Discover the buildings and environment on North Campus as you take a virtual tour with this interactive map.
A quintessential college town, Ann Arbor has it all. Energy, creativity, passion, history, culture, nature and pleasure abound.
In 2012, Ann Arbor was named in the top ten for:
- "Most Creative Cities”
- “Best Places for New College Grads”
- "Happiest Cities in America”
- “Greatest Main Street in America”
The Ann Arbor scene is full of events, attractions and nationally-recognized restaurants, including:
- The Ann Arbor Art Fairs, which bring in more than 500,000 visitors and features art ranging from salvaged metal sculpture to intricate beadwork.
- Zingerman’s Roadhouse, Bakehouse, Deli and more, called one of the best food markets in America, and giving you a choice between “old” and “new” pickles.
- Museums of Art, Natural History, Archaeology, Botanicals and more.
- Outdoor events, including Top of the Park, Sonic Lunch and canoeing at Gallup Park.