Special Group Visits

Groups such as Gear Up, TRIO, Upward Bound, or high school organizations of 15 or more students are welcome to visit U-M. We have several visit options that can be customized to fit your group's needs. Prospective freshmen and their families should register for one of our Information Sessions and Tours

Please refer to Admissions Office Closings below when planning your visit. 

Group Visit Request Form
To schedule your group visit, please fill out our Group Visit Request Form. For further inquiries about group visits, call 734-647-5692
Maps, Directions & Parking
Find out about the best ways to plan a visit to campus and how to get around.

A current University of Michigan student escorts groups around Central Campus. The tour provides a look at academic facilities including a computer lab, a lecture hall, a classroom, a residence hall (when available) and libraries. Groups also see popular and historic locations like the Michigan Union, the Law Quad, and the Diag.

Prospective Student Information Session
Recommended for students in 10th-12th grades
The Information Session covers the different programs of study that are available at U-M, how the admissions process works, and what qualities we are looking for in an applicant.

You Belong in College
Recommended for students in 8th-10th grades
Students attending this session are exposed to a year-to-year plan to attend college. Freshman through senior year of high school is covered. In addition, the application process and financial aid process are discussed. Students will get tips for extracurriculars, essays, and high school course selection. 

Road to Paying for College
Recommended for students in 8th-9th grades
It is never too early to begin planning for college costs. There are many things students can do early that will help relieve the financial burden once they begin college. Through discussion and resources, students in this session will get helpful tips about saving for college, budgeting and researching scholarship opportunities. Students will be introduced to the different types of financial assistance available and the application process.

Are You Game? Financial Aid
Recommended for students in 10th-12th grades
This interactive session begins by exposing students to the basics of financial aid. Students will learn about important sources and types of financial aid, scholarships, and the application process. After discussing the information, students will then participate in a Jeopardy-like game competing against each other answering financial aid-related questions. Please allow an hour and a half for this presentation.
 

The Amaizin’ Place Treasure Hunt
This tour gives a fun, non-traditional look at campus.
Groups of students are split into small teams and have clues to solve that lead them to different parts of campus while building teamwork skills.

Bus Tour of Campus
Travel around the entire Ann Arbor campus on a University of Michigan bus. You get to see areas not included on the traditional walking tour of Central Campus. View additional academic building s on North Campus, the varsity athletic facilities on South Campus, the University of Michigan Health System, and downtown Ann Arbor. Bus tour can be customized for your group. There is a fee for bus tours.
 

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

Memorial Day - Monday, May 30, 2016
Labor Day - Monday, September 5, 2016
Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 24 - Friday, November 25, 2016
Christmas Day - Sunday, December 25, 2016
Winter Recess - Monday, December 26 - Saturday, December 31, 2016
New Year's Day - Sunday, January 1, 2017

Note: We are unable to provide information sessions, special group visits, or campus walking tours during the Ann Arbor Art Fair, July 20-23. Walk-in advising will also be limited during this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.