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Welcome To University Unions!

What’s New

What’s New: Virtual Offerings

With virtual offerings to connect you to student orgs, CCI events and more, University Unions is here for you!

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What Can We Help You Find?

Campus Info

The Campus Information Center serves as U-M’s comprehensive information and referral service. Their information assistants answer hundreds of questions every day via phone, email and in-person at CIC desks in each Union building.

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Eat

Craving Japanese inspired cuisine? How about gyros? Maybe just a muffin and a cup of coffee? All three of our buildings host perfect places to grab a bite while you sit and study, laugh with friends, or steal a minute to relax.

See the restaurants

Shop & Bank

Money machines in all three Unions. The right place to find a much-needed set of earbuds. Shops that carry snacks, books, sweatshirts and school supplies. Our shops and banks help you get your errands done, right where you already are.

Shop at the Unions

Services

U-M and Student Life offer so many services to support students on campus, and many of them are located in our spaces. From counseling to financial aid, computing sites to campus security, our centrally located buildings make finding resources so much easier.

Find a student service

What’s Happening

With more than 300 Campus Involvement events every year, plus countless community events, there’s always something happening in University Unions.

Reserve a Space

Whether you’re drawn to the historical architecture of the Michigan League or the cheerful sunshine of Pierpont Commons, University Unions has just the place for your next meeting or event.

Find the right space for your meeting

Study and Hangout

With comfortable seating, lots of light and plenty of options for snacks, the Unions offer some of the best study spaces on campus. Whether you’re on Central Campus or North Campus, stop in and get some work done.

Explore spaces and places

Experience Unions History

Which building originally had a swimming pool? Which was built primarily as a place to feed students? Visit the University Unions timeline and take a walk through campus history.

Take a walk through history