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2020-2021 Ann Arbor Academic Calendar

Fall 2020

Aug 31 Classes begin

Nov. 21 Thanksgiving recess

Dec. 18 Exams end (classes and exams taken remotely only after Thanksgiving)

Commencement canceled (students participate in spring 2021 ceremonies)

Winter 2021

Jan. 19 Classes begin

Apr. 29 Exams end

Apr. 29-May 2 Commencement

Spring 2021

May 4 Classes begin (Spring half term & Summer full term)

June 25 Exams end (Spring half term)

Summer 2021

June 30 Classes begin (Summer half term)

Aug. 20 Exams end

Calendars may differ for these schools: business, dentistry, law, medicine, and social work. See ro.umich.edu/calendar

University operator (734) 764-1817

Campus information center (734) 764-4636

Alumni association (800) 847-4764

U-M Health Service (734) 936-6641

Website umich.edu

E-mail info@umich.edu

The U-M has 19 schools and colleges, 13 of which offer undergraduate degree programs. For information or application materials, contact the undergraduate admissions office (1220 Student Activities Bldg., 515 E. Jefferson, AA 48109; (734) 764-7433; admissions.umich.edu). There were 65,684 applicants for the freshman class of 2019-2020, a 10.6 percent increase over the previous year. To enroll for a graduate degree in the liberal arts, contact the Horace H. Rackham Graduate School (915 E. Washington, AA 48109; (734) 764-8129; rackham.umich.edu).

For information on attending undergraduate classes without enrolling, call the undergraduate admissions office, (734) 764-7433, or go to admissions.umich.edu/non-degree-applicants

Course catalogs for schools and colleges are available on the web; for the LSA Course Guide, go to lsa.umich.edu/cg/. A complete schedule of all U-M classes is at ro.umich.edu/schedule/

Tuition and fees for 1st-year undergraduates in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts for 2019-2020 are estimated to be $14,934 for Michigan residents and $49,022 for nonresidents. As of 2018, the Go Blue Guarantee offers free tuition to all in-state students with a family income of $65,000 or less. Tuition varies with program and class status; call the registrar at (734) 647-3507 for more information. For questions regarding residency, call (734) 764-1400. For graduate program tuition and fees, contact individual programs or schools. Nondegree classes are available at half cost to people age 65 & over.

Tours are conducted throughout the year from the Huetwell Visitors Center in the Student Activities Bldg., 515 E. Jefferson. Call (734) 647-5692 for hours. Small-group information sessions are hosted most weekdays by the undergraduate admissions office. For information and reservations, call (734) 647-5692 or go to admissions.umich.edu/visiting. Register three weeks in advance. For a self-guided tour, pick up a brochure at the visitors center.

The U-M employs more than 48,000 people (including Dearborn and Flint campuses). Job openings are listed online at careers.umich.edu, updated daily. You can apply online. For more information, contact the recruiting and employment services office (734) 615-2000, hr.umich.edu/empserv.

2020 Schedule. Due to the coronavirus, ticket sales are suspended. See website for more information. Home games at Michigan Stadium (capacity 109,901). All games are expected to be televised. Wheelchair-accessible season tickets available. For ticket information and purchase go to mgoblue.com or stubhub.com/michigan-football-tickets. Ticket office: (866) 296-6849 or email mtickets@umich.edu

Sept. 5 at Washington

Sept. 12 BALL STATE

Sept. 19 ARKANSAS STATE

Sept. 26 WISCONSIN

Oct. 3 PENN STATE

Oct. 10 at Michigan State

Oct. 17 at Minnesota

Oct. 2 PURDUE

Nov. 7 MARYLAND

Nov. 14 at Rutgers

Nov. 21 INDIANA

Nov. 28 at Ohio State

Dec. 5 Big Ten Championship Game at Indianapolis



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