Central Campus

  1. September 21, 2023

    New residence hall to be named for E. Royster Harper

    U-M’s planned Central Campus housing development will include a building that honors E. Royster Harper, a longtime campus leader who championed inclusivity and student well-being.

  2. September 21, 2023

    Regents approve updated Central Campus residential plan

    U-M took another step toward developing a new $631 million Central Campus residential complex, as the Board of Regents approved the project and updated construction timeline Sept. 21.

  3. May 18, 2023

    U-M to buy properties for housing project’s second phase

    U-M will move forward with a plan to acquire up to 49 properties near Central Campus as part of phase two of an effort to develop affordable, on-campus student housing options in the coming years.

  4. February 20, 2023

    Parking lot near new student housing project closes

    Logistics, Parking & Transportation has been asked to permanently close the W41 parking lot at Hill Street and Fifth Avenue as plans to construct new student housing move forward.

  5. February 16, 2023

    New residential quad adding 2,300 beds; more planned

    U-M is moving forward with a project that will dramatically reshape Central Campus housing with the addition of a 2,300-bed residence hall and 900-seat dining facility set to open in fall 2025.

  6. July 26, 2022

    Lane closures expected for utility work around campus

    Traffic for some streets on Central Campus, North Campus and the Medical Campus is expected to be affected over the next few weeks by road closures related to utility work.

  7. December 20, 2021

    The Tappan Oak: A tale of life, death, and rebirth

    A remembrance of the Tappan Oak — removed in November due to severe trunk decay — and the enduring legacy of the iconic tree that had stood as a sentinel over the Diag throughout U-M’s history.

  8. January 25, 2021

    Graduate coordinator builds LEGO model of Central Campus

    Adam Mael, graduate coordinator in the College of Engineering, built a LEGO scale replica of the Diag and surrounding buildings on Central Campus that he recently completed after three years.