The Oxbridge Neighborhood, serving student residents east of Washtenaw Avenue and south of South University, originally derived its name from its two central streets – Oxford and Cambridge Roads. Historically referred to as College Hill due to the Greek houses in the area, the Oxbridge Neighborhood hosts a number of sororities and fraternities in addition to the Oxford Housing residence hall. The Nichols Arboretum is within easy walking distance of the area, offering 123 acres of walking paths and natural landscapes maintained by both the University and the Friends of the Arboretum organization. For student residents, the Oxford Shuttle runs from the Central Campus Transit Center to Trotter House, Oxford Housing, Henderson House, and East Quad Monday thru Friday until 2 AM, and on the weekends from 5 PM - 10 PM.


Near You


George Washington Park-The Rock: 1547 US-23 BUS

Nichols Arboretum: 1610 Washington Heights St.

South University Park: 1509 S University Ave 

Coffee Shops

Common Cup Coffee: 1511 Washtenaw Ave 

Mighty Good Coffee: 1335 S University Ave 


New Life Church: 1241 Washtenaw Ave 

First Church of Christ: 1822 Washtenaw Ave 

Ann Arbor Assembly of God: 2455 Washtenaw Ave