Campus Tours and Information Sessions

Does U-M offer tours of campus?

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions offers a 75-minute walking tour of Central Campus, led by one of our current U-M student tour guides. Learn more on the Visit Campus webpage. Due to strict tour capacities, registration for campus tours is required and your party cannot exceed four total people. Unfortunately, walk-ins cannot be accommodated, nor do we have a waitlist for tours, but in the event of cancellations or if additional dates become available, the registration page will be updated to accurately reflect tour availability. We usually schedule walking tours two months out. If you have additional questions regarding tours or need to cancel an already scheduled tour, please contact the Huetwell Visitors Center at 734-647-5692.

Find useful information regarding visiting Ann Arbor on our Maps and Directions webpage.

Information sessions for prospective first-year students — where you will receive an overview of U-M and the admissions process — will generally be held each day a tour is offered (except Saturdays). To attend an information session, you'll need to be registered for a campus tour and indicate your interest when you sign up. Attending an information session is not factored into our review process if you apply to U-M.

We host Virtual Transfer Spotlight information sessions specifically for prospective transfer students.

Admitted students and their families should attend a Campus Day Program or an Admitted Student Tour instead of an information session.

If you are unable to attend an in-person tour and information session, check out our Virtual Resources webpage. Here, you can view a recorded information session; register for a live Virtual Post-Info Session Q&A, led by an admissions counselor, where you'll be able to ask any questions you may have; and watch a playlist of current U-M student vlogs. You may also view our virtual tour or use our self-guided walking tour map or our self-guided driving tour map.

Some schools and colleges offer their own tours and/or information sessions, which are not scheduled in conjunction with the visit to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Please visit the websites below for more information.

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