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!
The Michigan League and Michigan Union are your conveniently located landing place for your Art Fair refresher needs: comfortable seating, clean bathrooms and food options such as Ahmo’s Gyros and Deli, Luna Mexican Street Food, Panda Express, Subway, Au Bon Pain and Starbucks. The Michigan League offers grab and go options such as Beanster’s Cafe and U-Go’s.
We would like to congratulate all of the 2017 graduates on their tremendous accomplishment! Always remember that you have a hoMe at the Unions no matter where you go in the world. For today goodbye, for tomorrow good luck, and forever GO BLUE!