Housing and Dining Information
Each fall, about 75% of incoming freshmen live in one of the U of M's residence halls or apartment complexes.
CFANS sponsors several unique Living Learning Communities, which are located in residence halls. These communities help you meet people by bringing together students with similar interests or backgrounds:
- Environment House (Bailey Hall)
- Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives House (Territorial Hall)
- Pre-Veterinary Science House (Bailey Hall)
- CFANS Transfer House (Bailey Hall)
- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) Diversity House (Frontier Hall)
- Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) House (Frontier Hall)
Housing and Residential Life:
Whether you're looking to live in a residence hall, apartment, or house, the office for Housing and Residential Life can help you find what you need. Find general information about each residence hall, how to apply, and housing costs.
University Dining Services:
The U of M offers a variety of dining options for its students. Choose from more than 20 campus restaurants, 6 residential restaurants, 2 meal plans, and various vending locations. From dining halls to coffee shops, the U of M has much to offer.
Search for off-campus housing options. Includes resources for renters and a roommate search.
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