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U-M offers several visit options — including group visits, bus tours, and special presentations — to answer your questions about everything from the value of a Michigan education to the basics about financial aid.

However, most prospective students and parents attend our Information Session and central campus walking tour, offered several times weekly. Information sessions are one-hour presentations given by one of our knowledgeable and helpful admissions counselors. After that, you will embark on a 90-minute walking tour of central campus guided by a friendly current undergraduate student. The tour will show you this campus in close-up detail and give you the opportunity to feel the Wolverine spirit that lingers in the air in nearly every corner of campus.

Information Session
Your visit is the perfect time to get a feel for our distinct culture, speak with students and faculty, check out our world-class facilities, and attend information sessions. These campus visits and tours are geared toward prospective freshmen.
Maps, Directions & Parking
Find out about the best ways to plan a visit to campus and how to get around.
Find Your Counselor
Locate the counselor that serves your state (or Michigan county) and get their contact information.
Group Visits
Information Sessions and Tours are available to school groups, educational organizations, and other special visitors to U-M.

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is closed on the holidays listed below. No information sessions, campus walking tours, or walk-in advising will be available on these days:

Memorial Day - Monday, May 25, 2015
Labor Day - Monday, September 7, 2015
Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 26 - Friday, November 27, 2015
Christmas Day - Friday, December 25, 2015
Winter Recess - Saturday, December 26 - Thursday, December 31, 2015
New Year's Day - Friday, January 1, 2016

 

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U-M's Diag is considered the heart of Central Campus. It is the original area where the university began when it moved to Ann Arbor from Detroit in 1837.