residence halls

  1. November 8, 2023

    University community views geo-exchange construction up close

    U-M community members gathered Nov. 3 at the site of the future Central Campus residential development to observe construction of a new geo-exchange heating and cooling system.

  2. 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.

  3. December 8, 2022

    University to add 2,300 beds to Central Campus housing

    U-M will develop its first new Central Campus housing for first-year students in decades by adding a residence hall and dining facility on what is currently Elbel Field. The marching band’s practice facility will move a block north.

  4. September 22, 2022

    Future residence hall to be named after E. Royster Harper

    A future U-M residence hall will be named in honor of E. Royster Harper, a a vice president emerita for student life and longtime campus leader who was devoted to helping students succeed.  

  5. 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.

  6. January 28, 2022

    U-M will offer free menstrual products in public restrooms

    The university soon will offer free menstrual products in about 670 main-floor public restrooms located in Ann Arbor campus academic and student-facing buildings.

  7. March 12, 2021

    Fall plan to include most classes in person, open residence halls

    The U-M community will return to campus this fall with most classes taught in person, residence halls open at nearly 80 percent capacity, athletic events with fans in the stands, and the campus abuzz with activity.

  8. January 17, 2021

    Moving back

    While a majority of U-M undergraduates will attend classes remotely this semester, due to restrictions driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, some students who need to be on campus moved back into residence halls over the weekend. Occupancy is down from 6,400 students in the fall to approximately 1,200 undergraduates for the winter semester. All students…
  9. June 1, 2020

    UM-Flint introducing new Residential Learning Communities

    UM-Flint is launching two new residential learning communities this fall. They will focus on social justice and leadership and will be housed at Riverfront and First Street residence halls.