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- Monday, February 8| Check Wolverine Access for Student Invoice
- Saturday, February 27| Spring Break Begins
- Monday, March 7| Classes Resume
- Friday, March 11| Check Wolverine Access for Student Invoice
- Sunday, March 20| University Honors Convocation
- Monday, April 11| Check Wolverine Access for Student Invoice
- Monday, April 18| Classes End
- Tuesday, April 19| Study Day
- Wednesday, April 20 - Thursday, April 21| Examinations
- Friday, April 22 - Sunday, April 24| Study Days
- Monday, April 25 - Thursday, April 28| Examinations
- Thursday, April 28 - Sunday, May 1| Commencement Activities
ABANDONED BIKES TO BE REMOVED
Bikes with bent rims, broken chains, and other signs of deterioration will be tagged beginning on March 20 in an effort to remove abandoned bikes from campus bike racks. Students will have until May 15 to remove the bike. Tagged bikes at campus bike racks will be considered abandoned and removed after May 15. Click here to learn more.
U-M LIBRARY RECEIVES FILMMAKER NANCY SAVOCA'S ARCHIVES
Savoca's personal collection, spanning over 25 years as a director, producer, and screenwriter will be donated to the U-M Screen Arts Mavericks & Makers collection. Click here to learn more.
REGENTS APPROVE NEW MULTICULTURAL CENTER ON CENTRAL CAMPUS
The $10 million facility will be built in a vacant area along South State Street behind Barbour and Newberry Halls. Click here to learn more.
EMERGENCY ALERTS ADDED TO MICHIGAN APP
New platform allows more people to receive the urgent notifications. Click here to learn more.
ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT
The 2015-2016 University of Michigan Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report is now available. Click here for a PDF copy.
U.S. DEPT. OF EDUCATION COLLEGE SCORECARD
The new, interactive college scorecard, collegescorecard.ed.gov, provides the first comprehensive data on costs and student outcomes at nearly all post-secondary institutions in the United States. U-M is one of six public universities listed among 30 schools nationwide with high graduation rates and low costs for low-income students, according to data recently released by the federal agency. Click here to learn more.
U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT RANKS U-M #4 PUBLIC UNIVERSITY
The 2016 rankings place U-M at #29 overall. Click here to learn more.
CAMPUS CLIMATE SURVEY RELEASED
The results from U-M's Campus Climate Survey, designed to gauge the campus climate regarding sexual misconduct, were announced at President Schlissel's press conference today. Click here to learn more.
UNDERSTANDING THE UNIVERSITY'S BUDGETING PROCESS
Al Franzblau, Vice Provost for Academic and Budgetary Affairs, presents an 18-minute video discussion of the University's budget process. Click here to learn more.