Beyond the Diag (BTD) is a student-led program out of the Dean of Students Office that aims to increase the sense of community among residents in Ann Arbor. As an off-campus student, you’ll be living in one of twelve BTD neighborhoods on North or Central Campus – these neighborhoods are designed to keep you connected to everything that’s happening in the city.
Neighborhood Ambassadors (NAs) are student employees with BTD whose purpose is to enhance your off-campus experience. Throughout the year, they hold events so you can get to know the people living in your neighborhood. They also provide you with information and connect you to resources from the University to improve your wellness and safety off-campus.
In anticipation of student move-out this spring, the City of Ann Arbor Public Services Area, Field Operations Unit, will again be offering a free solid waste drop off site, located at East University and Oakland.
Spring Break is just around the corner! We hope that midterms are going well and wish everyone a safe and fun break next month. Before you leave Ann Arbor, take a look at the February Beyond the Diag newsletter.
Happy New Year off-campus students! We hope that your semester is off to a good start. Check out the January Beyond the Diag newsletter with helpful tips about Ann Arbor's snow removal guidelines, free self-defense workshops, and finding a study abroad program.