Their RHA office is located in Couzens Hall.
It’s home to more than 9,500 undergraduate students.
Virtually all first-year students and nearly 40% of undergrads live on campus.
All U-M residence halls include live-in staff (providing both social and academic support), community centers, on-site laundry, easy access to the free and frequent University bus system.
UNDERGRADUATE RESIDENCE HALLS
Betsy Barbour–Helen Newberry: Facebook
East Quadrangle: Facebook
Fletcher Hall: Facebook
Martha Cook Building
North Quadrangle: Facebook
South Quadrangle: Facebook
West Quadrangle & Cambridge House* : Facebook
*(closed Spring 2014 through Fall 2015 for renovation)
Living Learning Communities
Adelia Cheever Program (Helen Newberry)
Residential College (RC) (East Quadrangle)
Michigan Community Scholars Program (MCSP) (East Quadrangle): Facebook
Gender-Inclusive Living Experience (GILE) (East Quadrangle)
Global Scholars Program (North Quadrangle)
Max Kade German Program (North Quadrangle)
Honors Program (South Quadrangle): Facebook
Couzens’ Active Multi-Ethnic Organization (CAMEO) (Couzens): Facebook
Sophomore Year Experience (SYE) (Stockwell)
Michigan Research Community (MRC) (Mosher-Jordan)
Women in Science and Engineering Residence Program (WISE) (Mosher-Jordan)
First-Year Experience (FYE)
(Markley Hall, Northwood III, Bursley Hall, Oxford Houses and Baits Houses)
Health Sciences Scholars Program (HSSP) (Couzens)
Lloyd Hall Scholars Program (LHSP) (Alice Lloyd Hall)
Living Arts (Bursley Hall): Facebook
MOSAIC (Stockwell): Facebook