- Why CGIS?
- Getting Started
- Financial Aid and Scholarships
- Health and Safety
- Considering Social Identities Abroad
- Preparing to Travel
- For Your Parents
- Incoming Exchange Students
- Bonderman Fellowship
- Capturing and Sharing Your Experience
- Ethical Photography
- Student-Athletes Abroad
Ann Arbor combines the cultural offerings, business opportunities, and social engagement of a much larger city with the charm and familiarity of a mid-sized midwestern American town.
"A2," as locals call it, is home to one of America's "Best Main Streets," with a downtown area adjacent to campus that boasts historic theatres and shopping districts, world-class performing and visual arts, professional and community sports, and an amazing food scene.
Kayak on the Huron River, bike the border-to-border trail, or run along miles of tree-covered trails in parks and woodlands. Ann Arbor is close to Detroit and just as close to the rich farms and orchards of rural America. It's half a day’s drive from Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Indianapolis, and Canada and within a day's drive of all 5 Great Lakes.