For all of our new and hopeful Wolverines, here are your essentials for your first tour of our campus!
Bentley Historical Library
The Cube "Endover"
Instagram photo by @dsliceoflife (Abhijith) - via Iconosquare
Power Center for the Performing Arts
The Power Center is our most technically sophisticated performance space. It is a fully functioning theatre able to handle the most complex sales meetings, product roll-outs, and corporate presentations.
Central Campus Transit Center
If you're looking to get around campus or head towards North, the Central Campus Transit Center, also referred to as CC Little by students, is the place to go. You can also catch the AATA here!
Michigan | Path to the Diag
University of Michigan Visitor Center
If you come to campus to take a tour, head for the Visitor's Center! Here your tour groups will meet up, and you can find tons of information on our campus.
Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
Nestled on North Campus, the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning provides students a unique opportunity to pursue their passions of design and technology while learning in an energetic environment!
North Campus Diag
Students brave the cold on their way to class, passing through the North Campus Diag. Here, you'll find a big Block M! Be careful and don't step on it!
School of Music, Theatre & Dance, University of Michigan
C.S. Mott Children's Hospital & Von Voigtlander Women's Hosptial
C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital is consistently ranked among the nation’s top children’s hospital in all ten pediatric specialties, and sits on our university's medical campus.
C.S. Mott Children's Hospital
Trotter Multicultural Center
The Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) and the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center (TMC) is one Division of Student Affairs (DSA) unit with two locations and a multiplicity of offerings, with a mission to promote student development and empower the campus community around issues of diversity and social justice through the lens of race and ethnicity.
Shapiro Undergraduate Library
Shapiro Library, aka the UGLi, is a popular place to study on campus. For the night owls, it's open 24 hours! Grab a coffee at Bert's Cafe between study breaks.
Shapiro Undergraduate Library | MLibrary
Kelsey Museum of Archaeology
If you have free time, stop by the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology! It's open Tuesday-Sundays and free! Even the building itself is worth checking out!
Kelsey Museum of Archaeology | University of Michigan
Since opening in 1927, the Michigan Theater has been considered a staple in the Ann Arbor community! Plus, if you bring your #UMich ID, you get a discount!
Nichols Arboretum is the perfect place to get some fresh air - at 123 acres, you'll have no problem finding space. It's a great outdoor study spot!
Our campus is full of history! Many of the buildings, including Angell Hall, haven't changed since their original construction.
If you are in town when they're in bloom, checking out the Peony Garden is a must! Up to 10,000 flowers bloom each year.
Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library
Hatcher Graduate Library is one of our student's favorite study spots - and no, you don't need to be a graduate student to study here!
Hill Auditorium has featured many historic performing artists, speakers and events, from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, to Ray Charles, Hilary Clinton and Yo-Yo Ma. Celebrating 100 years of history this year, seeing a performance at Hill will certainly be one to remember!
Photo Gallery | Hill at 100 | University of Michigan
François-Xavier Bagnoud Building
Maya Lin's "Wave Field," which many may recognize from our Victors Valiant PSA. These sin and cosine waves can be found on North Campus!
The newly renovated interior of the Crisler Center, where the Michigan Basketball games are played. We think it looks a-MAIZE-ing!
Get a tour of impressive new Crisler Center
Ann Arbor, MI
We're fortunate to have a beautiful campus, in a beautiful city! Ann Arbor looks great all year.
The Fish Bowl
Newly remodeled, our central campus computer lab, better known as "The Fishbowl," is where our students spend time writing papers and studying during finals. Originally opened in 1989, it has over 250 workstations.
Ingalls Mall is home to many of our favorite buildings, Burton Tower, the Alumni Center, Rackham Graduate Auditorium, The League, and more! This is also where our incoming freshman walk through the fountain, the inaugural event at orientation making you an official Wolverine!
Michigan Ross School of Business
The Stephen M. Ross School of Business offers several programs that are ranked among the top in the country and in the world! Its unique architecture sets it apart from other gothic-style buildings on campus.
There's no better place than the Big House to spend football Saturdays. Get a picture by the big Block M!
If you plan on taking courses through the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, chances are you'll have a class or two in Angell Hall!
Michigan Law Library
Take a trip to Hogwarts...aka the Law Library! It's a student favorite because it looks like the Great Hall, and it is the perfect place to study if you are looking for somewhere quiet.
North Campus Diag
North Campus is its own tiny world! Visit the North Campus Diag.
The Cube "Endover"
Endover, known by our students as "The Cube," is said to power our University. Legend says, our President spins The Cube every morning to officially start the day! Take it for a spin when you're on campus.
University of Michigan Museum of Art
The University of Michigan Museum of Art is as beautiful in its architecture, as it is in art! Plus, it's free!
University of Michigan Diag
Our students love spending time in the Diag in the fall. It's the perfect place to meet up with friends and enjoy the weather!