Housing & Dining
What are the benefits to living on the University of Michigan campus? Community, for one. At an institution of more than 40,000 students, it’s nice to have a place to call home, somewhere you can learn the lessons of living together with others, and build real friendships, some of which will last your entire life.
Nearly 97% of first-year students live on campus in one of U-M’s residential communities. Social and academic support is available through live-in staff or resident assistants who will be there to help you through any number of personal, intellectual, social, and life issues, and decisions.
U-M also offers a variety of residential living/learning programs that allow students with similar interests or goals to live and study together in community and to meet students from other countries, cultures, and backgrounds.