What's it like to live, study, work, and dream on the U-M campus? Get a glimpse into the everyday and not-so-everyday happenings on campus filled with energy and new discoveries.
The Campus Farm at Matthaei Botanical Gardens provides hand-on learning experiences for U-M students from a variety of disciplines.
Each year the student group Dance Marathon at the University of Michigan raises money to fund pediatric therapies at Mott and Beaumont Children's hospitals.
Each year U-M’s 18 residence halls and apartments are home to more than 9,500 undergraduate students.
Students take part in kick-off activities for the Scholars Program in Dental Leadership.
Michigan Engineering alumnus and Pantanal Partnership co-founder Ethan Shirley in a small rural town of Chumbo in Brazil. The U-M based student organization Pantanal Partnership was there conducting a series of basic engineering and water sanitation workshops at schools in the towns of Congas and Chumbo, on the edge of Pantanal, the largest wetlands in the world.
Stamps School of Art + Design students take part in a neighborhood project in the city of Detroit.
First-year students, talk about where they are living at the annual Engineering Advising Center Welcome Day event on the North Campus Diag.
A WCBN DJ puts on a record during the late night shift at U-M’s student-run radio station.
Students take a picture in an outdoor photo booth during Welcome Week activities on campus.