We know balancing classes and a job can be stressful, but we’re here to make it a little easier. Jobs at the University Unions or within Student Life are flexible around student schedules and located in convenient places. The Michigan Union Ticket Office (MUTO) and Maizie’s are located in the heart of Central Campus, at the Michigan League, and with Ahmo’s and other cafes and restaurants, Pierpont Commons on North Campus can be your perfect fit.
So the Union was your go-to study space...now what? Don’t worry—there are plenty of campus places to lounge and study, there’s sure to be a nook for you. Try stepping away from the library and into one of our favorite spaces you may be missing out on!
The all new Maizie's Kitchen & Market will open this coming weekend on the first floor of the Michigan League! Stop in to experience fresh chef-prepared dishes, delicious grab 'n go, tasty Peet's coffee drinks and much more. All within a bright and comfortable gathering space! Maizie's will be open from morning through evening, 7am - 11pm.
Here is a quick run-down of everything you need to know about the Michigan League, starting with its history.
The Michigan Union, already built and established in 1919, was considered an “all-inclusive” community for men. Women were only allowed in through the North entrance with a male escort. In 1921, the Women’s League of the University raised funds to build a center for women's social, cultural and recreational activities on campus: the Michigan League. On May 4, 1929, the League officially opened, offering a welcoming space to everyone.
Get the flavors of favorite local restaurants conveniently at the League! In case you haven’t heard, the League Underground hosts local restaurants every weekday from 11am - 2pm. That’s right, restaurant food you can pay for with Dining Dollars and Blue Bucks. A great stop between classes. Check out these awesome options and taste the local flavors. Come hangout with us!