Students who choose Michigan Engineering frequently say that visiting the campus was the biggest factor in their decision. The welcoming atmosphere and the abundance of activities, club and social events to participate in make this large community feel like a close-knit family.
Whether you’re a prospective student, family of a student, or returning alumni, we’ve got the perfect tour for you.
Help for how to get here and where the buildings are.
Where to stay and what to do while you’re in town.
We have lots! They’re all served by central payment kiosks, and you’ll typically be able to find one within a short walk of any north campus building.
North Campus has a feel all its own. With a landscape shared by engineers, musicians, and artists, there’s always something amazing happening.
Students and Families
For families and prospective students who haven’t yet applied, scheduling a walking tour might be exactly what you’re looking for. You’ll get a chance to explore the entire University, including North Campus, and see exactly what it’s like to be a Wolverine.
Campus Day and Grad Student Visits
Campus Day is intended for undergraduate students who have already been admitted to Michigan Engineering. It allows prospective students to get a glimpse of what Michigan Engineering has to offer. It’s an opportunity to learn about life at the University, to see the campus and Ann Arbor, visit departments and interact with faculty.
Many individual departments invite prospective PhD students to visit campus in winter or early spring. Graduate Student Department Visits provide an opportunity to visit labs, meet with faculty and learn more about the opportunities Michigan Engineering provides.
- Homecoming: The weekend includes tours, department visits and the annual tailgate before the big game.
- Xplore Engineering: A camp for Michigan Engineers and the young people in their lives entering 4th – 7th grade.
- Discover Engineering: A camp for Michigan Engineers and the kids in their life 8th – 10th grade.