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U-M will rename the physics building addition after the late LSA professor emeritus, alum, and pioneering scholar Homer A. Neal, marking a historic moment for the college and university.
“I believe in the well-being of the full person, and we want students to feel connected, supported, and healthy in every way—emotionally, mentally, spiritually,” Dean Anne Curzan says.
A Whirlwind Tour of the Liberal Arts
Incoming students often wonder what the liberal arts are all about — and there’s a lot to unpack. In a new course, A Whirlwind Tour of the Liberal Arts, top faculty highlight the breadth and depth of what you can study at LSA, covering 12 fascinating topics across disciplines.
LSA 101: Info for Admitted Students
Get to know virtually everything about studying the liberal arts at U-M. Current LSA students offer their perspectives on choosing classes, choosing a major, making friends, faculty, and more.
LSA is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Learn more about our DEI initiatives, which aim to increase access to everything U-M has to offer and create a more inclusive campus. A number of programs are already in place.