Campus Tour University Of Michigan

The University of Michigan is a public research university in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It was founded in 1817 as the first university to be established in the state of Michigan and was designed to serve as an institution of higher learning for people from all over the state. The university was created by an act of the Michigan Territorial Legislature with a goal of providing educational opportunities to residents in what had been a frontier area at that time.

The Ann Arbor campus is located on several miles of land adjacent to downtown Ann Arbor, bounded by Long Road and US-23 on its west side (separating it from Huron River Dr.) and Division St. on its east side. In addition, there are campuses in Flint, Dearborn and downtown Detroit (intended for graduate students). Some classes are conducted off-campus at other satellite facilities around southeast Michigan including Grand Blanc Community College (near Flint), Troy University Center (in Troy), Macomb Community College (in Warren), Wayne State University’s McNichols Campus (in Detroit), Eastern Michigan University’s Ann Arbor campus (formerly known as A2 West Campus) which offers engineering degree programs through EMU’s School of Engineering & Applied Sciences;and Washtenaw Community College’s north Ann Arbor campus which offers various degrees through WCETM program; while some other classes are offered online via distance learning technology.

Campus Tour University Of Michigan

1 University Of Michigan

The University of Michigan is a private, non-profit research university located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The university was founded in 1817 and enrolls approximately 54,000 students annually.

The University of Michigan has an undergraduate enrollment of 30,100 students. The school’s admission rate is 21 percent making it more competitive to gain entrance than half of the schools ranked by U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2020 rankings for National Universities (which includes both public and private institutions). The average freshman retention rate at UM is 95 percent with an average graduation rate for students at four years after starting college at 86 percent.

2 Ann Arbor, Mich.

Ann Arbor is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan and the county seat of Washtenaw County. The 2010 census recorded its population to be 113,934, making it the sixth largest city in Michigan.

The city’s economy is centered on high technology, with several companies making up a large part of the area’s workforce; much like Silicon Valley in California, Ann Arbor has become a mecca for entrepreneurs and start-up businesses alike.

3 Public

Public universities are funded by the government and open to all students. They’re also not-for-profit and regionally accredited. Because they don’t have to make money for investors, public universities are able to keep tuition costs down for their students.

While several of the nation’s largest and most prestigious private universities have endowments exceeding $1 billion (Harvard University has an endowment of over $37 billion), most public universities can only dream about such funding sources. In fact, many public campuses don’t even have enough money in their coffers to fund construction projects; they rely heavily on state funding instead!

4 29,821 undergraduates

The University of Michigan has 29,821 undergraduates. The total population of Michigan is estimated at 10,053,673 people, which means that 3% of the total population is enrolled in the university.

The university also has a total of 48,272 students and 1,114 faculty members. Faculty members are responsible for teaching students and shaping their academic careers. They also mentor students by providing guidance and support as they navigate their academic journey at the university. Faculty members often conduct research in their fields to advance knowledge and expand understanding about important topics in our world today; this research can take many forms including books, journal articles or even public lectures given by professors on campus!

In addition to faculty members at UM-Ann Arbor there are also 3,542 staff members who work behind the scenes to support students’ success on campus such as administrators managing finances or facilities workers maintaining buildings like dorms so they’re safe spaces where we live while studying here at UM-Ann Arbor 🙂

5 19% admit rate

The 19% admit rate indicates that of the applicants who applied and were admitted, 19% were denied admission. Of those who applied, 35% withdrew their applications prior to hearing back from the school; therefore, only 64% of applicants actually received an acceptance letter.

6 $53,476 total cost of attendance

The total cost of attendance is a sum that includes tuition and fees, room and board, and other expenses. The total cost of attendance includes a few other expenses, such as books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses.

Tuition for the University of Michigan for the 2019–2020 academic year is $53,476 per year for in-state students (resident) or $61,846 per year for out-of-state students (nonresident).

7 41% graduation rate

The graduation rate is the percentage of first-time undergraduate students who complete their program within 150% of the normal amount of time. For example, if a student graduates in four years and it should take five years, then they are considered to have graduated on schedule. The average graduation rate at public universities is 51%, while private universities average 63%. Ivy League schools (e.g., Harvard) have an average graduation rate of 97%.

If you can’t wait until next semester to get started on your college application, check out some other tips on campus tours here!

8 15 to 1 student-faculty ratio

You will have an experienced, caring faculty member available to you 24 hours a day. The 15-to-1 student-faculty ratio is one of the lowest in the country. Only about 20% of students are admitted each year and must achieve at least a 3.8 GPA to be considered for admission. With over 1,000 clubs and organizations, students can find their niche as well as enjoy such campus activities as intramural sports leagues, cultural events such as concerts and plays, community service opportunities through the Center for Community Service Learning and more!

9 Fun facts about the University Of Michigan

The University of Michigan is a public research university in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It was founded in 1817 as the Michigan territory’s first public university. It is the state’s oldest university and the flagship institution of the University of Michigan system.


The University of Michigan is an amazing school with tons of opportunities. I chose this school because it has a great reputation for research and innovation. I also really love the campus here in Ann Arbor. It’s beautiful and there are so many places to hang out with friends!

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