Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M

Campus Life

  1. 50 years of the Peace Corps

    From John F. Kennedy to Barack Obama, presidents have challenged University of Michigan students to change the world.

    Plus: Kids these days: How involved is this generation?

  2. Student-built satellite scheduled for launch

    A 6.5-pound satellite is scheduled to become the first stand-alone spacecraft built by Michigan students to go into orbit and perform a science mission.

  3. Kids these days: How involved is this generation?

    Is today’s generation of students socially engaged?

  4. The Michigan Today trivia contest

    Trivia questions about the University of Michigan.

  5. Lowest resident undergraduate tuition increase in a quarter century

    U-M will implement the lowest resident undergraduate tuition increase since 1984 paired with a record amount of undergraduate financial aid and a new Economic Hardship Program designed to offer additional help to Michigan families.


  6. Six-time champions win American Solar Challenge

    Finishing more than two hours ahead of its nearest competitor, the University of Michigan Solar Car Team has won the American Solar Challenge for a third consecutive North American title.

  7. Michigan iPhone app offers access to range of campus information

    Designed to connect students, faculty and staff, Michigan is a free iPhone app that provides access to university information. With a few taps on an iPhone people now can search for somebody in the U-M directory, navigate campus, access the Magic Bus system and even check out what’s being served in the dining halls.

  8. U-M applications, projected freshman enrollment at all-time high

    For the fourth consecutive year, the University of Michigan received a record number of applications from prospective freshmen, and applications and paid deposits are up for underrepresented minority students.

  9. U-M accredited for another 10 years

    The University of Michigan has received official notice that it has earned continuing accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.