MParents: For Parents and Families of U-M Undergraduates

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mParents survey:

What will your student be doing this summer?

Summer Job
Taking Classes
Study/Work Abroad
Traveling
Volunteering
Other

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Michigan is their future.

Sending a student to college is a major life event for families as well as students. The University of Michigan is committed to helping you and your student make the most of the Michigan years by providing information about campus life, important undergraduate milestones, and newsworthy events.


Important Dates

  • Tuesday, August 12 | Summer Half Term Classes End
  • Tuesday, August 12 | Check Wolverine Access for Student Invoice
  • Thursday, August 14 - Friday, August 15| Summer Half Term Examinations
  • Friday, August 15 | Summer Half Term Ends
  • Friday, August 29 | New Student Convocation
  • Friday, August 29 | Welcome to Michigan Program Begins
  • Sunday, August 31 | Fall Term Tuition Due Date
  • Tuesday, September 2 | Fall Term Classes Begin
  • Wednesday, September 3| Panhellenic Association Sorority Recruitment Mass Meeting
  • Thursday, September 4 | Interfraternity Council Recruitment Mass Meeting
  • Monday, September 8 | Check Wolverine Access for Student Invoice
  • Tuesday, September 9 | Festifall
  • Thursday, September 11 | Go North! Fest
  • Friday, September 19 - Sunday, September 21| Parents & Family Weekend

Campus News

MARK SCHLISSEL BEGINS AS UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT
Schlissel begins his tenure as the University's 14th president. Click here to learn more.

 

PARENTS & FAMILY WEEKEND REGISTRATION BEGINS JULY 24-25
Invitations were mailed in early July to undergraduate students' permanent addresses. Click here to learn more.

 

SOLAR CAR TEAM SEEKS TO DEFEND TITLE
The U-M Solar Car Team hopes to bring back its fifth consecutive trophy in the American Solar Challenge. Click here to learn more.

 

UNIVERSITY HOUSING MAKES ARRANGEMENTS FOR LARGE INCOMING FRESHMAN CLASS
University Housing turns to local landlords to place upper-level students, freeing up space in residence halls for incoming freshmen. Click here to learn more.