Beyond the Diag - Off Campus Housing

Welcome to Michigan

Now that September has officially arrived, and students have returned to classes, we’re excited for a new academic year to get started!

Whether you are a returning student who knows your way around Ann Arbor like the back of your hand, a transfer student acclimating to a new campus, or an incoming freshman that is trying to navigate the academic rigor of college while also learning how to live in a new environment, it is an exciting new beginning for us all.


Party in the Park 2022 - shuttle bus transportation details

If you  are located on or near North Campus, and would like to attend this year's Party in the Park event, please read below for the the shuttle bus that will be provided during this event.

Party in the Park takes place on Sunday, Sept 4, 1-3pm, at Burns Park in Ann Arbor.

There will be a dedicated shuttle bus service running between the North Campus Recreational Building (NCRB) and Burns Park during the event. The first bus will leave from the NCRB at 12:30pm, and the last bus will leave Burns Park shortly after 3:00pm.


Ann Arbor Art Fair

The Ann Arbor Art Fair is a world-renowned gathering of artists, patrons, and visitors, and brings together around half a million attendees from all over the world. The event comprises three independent, non-profit fairs that run consecutively and alongside each other during the three-day event. This year, the Fair takes place July 21-23. For more details about the sights, sounds, and tastes that you can experience, visit the Ann Arbor Art Fair website.


Summer Housing Fairs

We recognize that many students have made plans for their off-campus housing needs already, and are excited about where they’re going to live in the fall. However, some students may still be in the process of making these decisions. This could include transfer students, graduate students, international students, or any other students who may still be weighing different options.


ICYMI: Maize Days

Recently, the Vice President of Student Life, Dr. Martino Harmon, sent out an email with information regarding University of Michigan’s philanthropic week-long event: Maize Days. Maize Days will be from March 14th through March 18th and is an exciting week where students can showcase what causes and organizations are meaningful to them across our campus community. Check out the following information for a recap of information from Dr. Harmon!


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