The Michigan League began as a home away from home for University of Michigan women, providing a gathering place for social, cultural and recreational activities in the early 1900s. Today the League, open to both men and women, continues to play a key role in the lives of students as well as the University community. Within the historic and elegant building, students can grab 'n go snacks from the U-go's convenience store or have other food options from Wendy's, Taco Bell Express and Beanster's Cafe. Other services include the 21-room Inn at the League, an information center, computer stations, wireless connectivity and an ATM machine.The League Underground often features entertainment including UUAP's Open Mic Night and Michigan Idol. Several student organizations have offices in the League, as well.
With 16 well-appointed meeting rooms, including an elegant ballroom, and superb catering service, the League is a favorite choice for holding an event.