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Get the inside scoop about life at U-M and applying to Michigan from Office of Undergraduate Admissions staff and guest student and faculty writers.

 

June 5, 2018
Elizabeth Schmuhl

Welcome to 20 Questions for an Admissions Counselor, an occasional series that spotlights some of the talented and passionate people who travel near and far to recruit new Wolverines for the University of Michigan.

May 25, 2018
Elizabeth Schmuhl

Welcome to 20 Questions for an Admissions Counselor, an occasional series that spotlights some of the talented and passionate people who travel near and far to recruit new Wolverines for the University of Michigan.

May 1, 2018
Giovanni Martinez

I remember the exact day I received my acceptance email. I was sitting in the living room with a couple of friends, waiting for their mom to drive us over to school. We were running late to our first period, but I could have cared less. The moment I saw the bold "CONGRATULATIONS," I became overwhelmed with joy. I can honestly say, I'll never forget the video of Rob, the robotic arm, inscribing our block M into stone to congratulate the admitted incoming freshmen students into the Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning.

April 26, 2018
Adrienne Ziegelbauer

With the May 1st college decision deadline rapidly approaching, high school seniors across the country have a major decision on their hands… where should they spend the next four years?

April 13, 2018
Alexa Caruso

I remember exactly where I was when I got the news. I was sitting in my high school art class. I had just been talking to one of my teachers about college acceptances. It was late March and she was asking when I would be hearing back about my college applications. I told her I had already received acceptances from a few schools, but I was still waiting to hear back from my top choice – the University of Michigan.

March 20, 2018
Samantha Soren

While I’m not a big fan of cliches, they often contain a nugget of wisdom that you can learn from. New students, here are five that you might think about to make the most of your time at Michigan.

February 19, 2018
Katherine Hoekstra

As a high school student, I was unsure about how to pick a college. Both of my parents attended college, but that was forty years ago -- and a lot has changed since then. College applications are different even from when my older sister applied twelve years before me. I can’t imagine how much harder it is for students who don’t have any family experience with the process.

So, as one who’s been through it, this is my advice.

February 1, 2018
Alexa Caruso

If you know the University of Michigan, then you know some of its major landmarks. The Diag, the Big House, the Union, and so on. What these landmarks all have in common, though, is that they’re on Central and South Campus.

‘But wait!’ You might be thinking. ‘What about North Campus?’

That, my friend, is what I’m here to tell you about.

January 19, 2018
Don Jordan

Whether you've already started perusing Amazon for that matching maize-and-blue shower caddy, toothbrush, and pair of flip flops, or you're one of those people who is (somehow) still on the fence about attending the University of Michigan this fall, attending one of the many Campus Day events this winter or spring is a must-do for admitted #Victors2022. 

January 18, 2018
Mel Neal

When you go to one of the largest and most prestigious public universities in the country, it can seem like the academic and social opportunities are limitless.

But while there are a lot of paths to pursuing your degree, there are also some very important rites of passage every Wolverine should consider before they walk across the stage and flip their tassels.

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