1. October 4, 2023

    President’s house gets accessibility, infrastructure upgrades

    The President’s Residence will reopen this month after undergoing renovations that blended historic preservation with contemporary updates while improving the home’s accessibility.

  2. August 12, 2022

    Exterior demolition begins at Fleming Administration Building

    Exterior demolition of the 54-year-old Fleming Administration Building, once home to the offices of U-M presidents and the site of raucous student protests, began Aug. 11.

  3. April 29, 2022

    North Campus, Flint buildings earn sustainability ratings

    Three U-M buildings — two on North Campus and one at UM-Flint — recently earned LEED certifications from the U.S. Green Building Council in recognition of sustainability efforts.

  4. April 7, 2022

    Free menstrual product program expanding on Ann Arbor campus 

    All public restrooms on U-M’s main Ann Arbor campus, as well as at many Athletics and Michigan Medicine facilities, will be stocked with free menstrual products.

  5. March 30, 2022

    Detroit Observatory reopens with new educational potential

    After a three-year expansion project, the Detroit Observatory is ready for the U-M community and public to again explore the stars. An April 8 symposium will feature the observatory’s past, present and future.

  6. March 24, 2022

    Regents approve design for new campus recreation building

    Plans for a new 200,000-square-foot recreational sports center to replace the Central Campus Recreation Building have taken another step forward, as the Board of Regents approved the building’s schematic design.

  7. February 17, 2022

    Ginsberg Center will get new, expanded facility

    A $10.5 million project will provide a new facility with more space for the university’s Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning.

  8. February 17, 2022

    North Campus housing will expand with approved project

    A $190 million North Campus construction project will add 1,200 beds to student housing. The new residence halls will replace 500 beds in the Northwood III buildings.

  9. February 7, 2022

    Central administration moves to renovated, revived Ruthven

    Abundant sunlight, new offices and a restored rotunda were among the features welcoming about 200 U-M employees to their new work home in the Alexander G. Ruthven Building.

  10. December 16, 2021

    Innovative classroom building opening to active, team-based learning

    When the 2022 winter semester begins, U-M students enrolled in about 90 undergraduate and graduate classes will experience the term in the new 105,000-square-foot Central Campus Classroom Building.