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.
Michigan Stadium is also known as “The Big House.” It is considered one of the largest stadiums in the world with a capacity of more than 110,000.
An aerospace engineering student tests a composite motor blade with dual active flops (helicopter propeller) in a lab on North Campus.
The iconic U-M campus is considered one of the most beautiful campuses in the U.S.
The steps of Angell Hall on U-M’s central campus are often filled with students meeting and studying — especially on a beautiful, sunny day.
The fountain on Ingalls Mall sparkles from the lights of the Michigan League.
A student takes part in movement research at U-M’s top-ranked School of Kinesiology.
The Reading Room at the Michigan Law School is the jewel of the Legal Research Building and a campus landmark. For decades it served as the main study space for law students.
Attending the number one public research institution in the U.S. provides U-M students with a wide range of hands-on experiences like the Undergraduate Research Opportunity program that creates research partnerships between undergraduates and researchers across campus.
The Michigan Theatre — a historic Ann Arbor landmark near campus — hosts films, concerts, plays and many special events during the year.
The University of Michigan Museum of Art houses collections of more than 18,000 artworks representing more than 150 years of collecting at U-M.