Our Campus and Community

It’s important to love your campus — after all, student-athletes spend a lot of time here! It is an environment that’s fun, exciting and has that just-right college vibe. Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan’s campus are iconic and full of school spirit; big enough to be exciting, but small enough to feel like a close-knit community. We love our college town because of the Diag, fall Saturdays, the Law Quad, the Union, South U, the Arb and so much more!

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An overview of Ann Arbor’s Main Street.
Two young women enjoy a meal during the Ann Arbor Art Fair.

Art, cuisine, and music come to life - down on Main Street.

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A group of people line up to enter Zingerman’s Delicatessen.
President Barack Obama addresses a graduating class at the University of Michigan.

No matter what you’re craving, you can always get a (delicious!) bite to eat. Who knows, you might even see a celebrity or two at Zingerman’s!

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Attendees at the Ann Arbor Art Fair browse paintings inside one of the artist tents.
A man plays the saxophone at an event in Ann Arbor.

From exciting music venues and vibrant shopping, to mellow coffee houses and captivating museums, you’ll never run out of places to go.

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Two students walk in the Nichols Arboretum

Outdoor adventures are limitless. Biking, kayaking, paddle boarding, ice-skating, skiing -- you name it, we’ve got it.

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Community is important here. We’re all part of the bigger picture -- part of the Michigan family.

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Ann Arbor’s Main Street is closed to traffic and crowded with hockey fans on New Year’s Eve, 2013.
A group of Michigan fans sit on a curb while wearing Maize and Blue attire.

Something about this place forges unbreakable bonds and creates memories that never fade. When you’re here, you’re home.

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