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One of the most important journeys of your life is the one you’re on right now — your college search.

The best way to find out if the University of Michigan is your ultimate destination is to do your research and then visit our campus in person with your family, when circumstances allow. There is no better way to experience the unique opportunities Michigan offers you than to tour campus and meet the people who make up this dynamic community.

Please explore our viewbook , fall poster (PDF), and Virtual Resources to learn more about what it's like at the University of Michigan. 

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Your visit is the perfect time to get a feel for our distinct culture, speak with students and faculty, and learn about our world-class academics.

Experience what it's like to Go Blue! at the University of Michigan by taking our virtual tour. Through photos, descriptions, videos, 360 views, and student voices, you can learn about different schools, colleges, residence halls, buildings and campus landmarks.

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Browse our FAQs, check out our student and staff videos and social media channels, and find your Admissions counselor.

Stay in the know with advice from the U-M student community.

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Explore the Ann Arbor Campus

Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Experience what it's like to Go Blue! at the University of Michigan by taking our virtual tour. Through photos, descriptions, videos, 360 views, and student voices, you can learn about different schools, colleges, residence halls, buildings and campus landmarks. Just start clicking on the markers on the map. You can also take themed tours listed below.

We hope you enjoy getting a taste of Wolverine life and will visit us in person in the near future!

Michigan Stadium

Check Out a Themed Tour

School for environment & sustainability (seas).

See the Dana Building, home of SEAS

Northern Central Campus

Explore the northern end of Central Campus.

Welcome to Michigan Ross!

Residence Halls

Learn more about housing at Michigan.

Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA)

Literature, Science, & the Arts is the largest undergraduate college at the University of Michigan. Join LSA junior Tala Alahmar on the steps of Angell Hall for an introduction to LSA.

Take a look around the Law Quad, one of U-M's most photographed buildings

Explore the Diag: the heart of Michigan's Central Campus.

State Street

Learn about the U-M buildings on State Street, just off the Diag.

Kinesiology

See the renovated Kinesiology Building.

Engineering

Discover more about the College of Engineering and its studios, classrooms, labs, and study spaces.

Learn about athletics at Michigan.

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Academics & research.

  • Angell Hall
  • Biological Sciences Building
  • Bob & Betty Beyster Building
  • Chrysler Center
  • College of Pharmacy
  • Couzens Hall
  • Duderstadt Center
  • Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Building
  • Ford Robotics Building
  • Hatcher Graduate Library
  • Liberty Research Annex and Gallery
  • Life Sciences Institute
  • LSA Building
  • Medical School
  • Michigan Union
  • Rackham School of Graduate Studies
  • Ross School of Business
  • Marsal Family School of Education
  • School of Nursing
  • School of Public Health
  • School of Social Work
  • Undergraduate Library (UGLI)
  • Undergraduate Science Building
  • Weiser Hall
  • Wilson Center
  • Art & Architecture Building
  • School of Kinesiology
  • School of Dentistry
  • Dana Building
  • Crisler Center
  • Michigan Stadium
  • Yost Ice Arena

Residence Hall

  • Alice Lloyd Hall
  • Betsy Barbour
  • Bursley Hall
  • Fletcher Hall
  • Helen Newberry
  • Henderson House
  • Martha Cook
  • Mary Markley Hall
  • Mosher-Jordan Hall
  • Munger Graduate Residences
  • Northwood I & II
  • Northwood IV & V
  • Oxford Houses
  • Stockwell Hall

Transportation

  • Central Campus Transit Center

Arts & Culture

  • Burton Memorial Tower
  • Kelsey Museum of Archaeology
  • Lurie Tower
  • Moore Building
  • Museum of Natural History
  • Trotter Multicultural Center
  • University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)

Virtual Campus Tours

Experience campus virtually through a live guided tour with current student leaders. These Wolverines will walk you through campus, show you their favorite study spots, and talk to you about what it's like living in Ann Arbor.