The University of Michigan (U of M) is based in Ann Arbor and centered around the diag. The University's 25,000 undergraduates and 14,000 graduates are a core part of the Ann Arbor community.

The University is divided into several campuses: Central Campus, North Campus, Athletic Campus (also know as south campus), Medical Campus, and several others.

Contribute to The Corridors of Michigan, a hall-by-hall look through the buildings we love. Or see the list of University buildings.

Colleges at U of M

Places

Athletics

The Wolverines play Football and at least 11 other sports.

History

Employment

Employee organizations

Related Links

  • Wikipedia: University of Michigan
  • University of Michigan - University of Michigan portal page.
  • Professor Quotes - A community blog dedicated to bringing you the best and worst of Michigan professors' most memorable quotes.
  • University of Michigan Students' Journal - A livejournal page that Michigan members of the livejournal site post to.
  • Facebook - A nearly vital part of any UM student's life. It is "an online directory that connects people through social networks at schools."
  • [1] - A gallery of campus sculpture and rocks, with short histories.
  • Umichcrime - Interactive crime map of all incidents reported by the Department of Public Safety, going back to 2000.
  • PLAY Gallery - A collaborative project from U-M School of Art & Design and Michigan Public Media featuring experimental videos from faculty, students & visiting artists.

Arts Organizations

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