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Amazing Facilities

 

Not only can you get lost in the stacks of the campus’s tremendous libraries, there are nooks of discovery like whole map collections and volumes of Islamic manuscripts, just to name two.

 

The Mavericks Archive will make history hands-on with its primary source material.

 

Twenty-one campus computing sites will help you get that paper done any time of day, but if you need a different machine or software, we’ve got you covered for that, too.

 

The newly renovated East Quad dorms and North Quad residence halls make living, learning, and building community a seamless experience.

 

If you get tired of all that dorm air, explore the many gardens and display areas of Matthaei Botanical Gardens, or wander the Nichols Arboretum (or Arb as it’s more commonly known), which features acres of rolling woods and fields near campus.

 

Get inspired by the past at the campus’s Museum of Natural History, where you can also learn about the stars and skies through one of their planetarium shows.

 

Or try exploring one of the other many museums on campus including the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, the University Michigan Museum of Art, the Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry, the Towsley Museum commemorating U-M sporting history, and more.