Semester in Detroit - Find yourself engaged in substantive, sustained, and reciprocal relationships with the people and communities of the city of Detroit. Combining a semester-long residence in the city with rigorous academic study and a comprehensive community-based internship, you will become deeply involved in - and committed to - the life, challenges, and promise of this important American city.
Biological Station - The Bio Station allows you to use the northern Great Lakes region as your classroom. You will learn about the world by visiting habitats, collecting samples, and observing interactions and challenges a lab cannot begin to replicate. You and the other researchers will spend each day talking, dining, and relaxing with each other. Through these interactions, you and your fellow participants will become flexible thinkers and creative analysts - just the kind of people the world needs to address our most pressing global problems.
Camp Davis Rocky Mountain Field Station - Camp Davis is a research and teaching facility located approximately 30 miles south of Jackson, Wyoming, near the village of Hoback Junction. It is owned and operated by the University of Michigan and managed by the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. Each summer, Camp Davis offers courses in geology, environmental science, and the humanities to students from all majors.
New England Literature Program (NELP) - Held at Camp Kabeyun on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, the NELP hosts you and 39 other students as well as 13 instructors for six and a half weeks. While there, you will live and work together, reading New England authors, writing, and exploring the New England countryside as well as its people, culture, and history. The intellectual experience of the program includes art, camping, nature study, canoeing, music, cooking, and trips to places of natural and cultural interest, including hiking and camping trips in White Mountain National Forest.
Michigan in Washington (MIW) - This program admits 45-50 University of Michigan undergraduates from all majors to spend a semester (Fall or Winter) in Washington, D.C., where students combine coursework with an internship to earn a full semester of credits.