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- Thursday, February 19| Off-Campus Housing Fair
- Saturday, February 28 | Spring Break begins at 5:00 p.m.
- Saturday, March 8| Check Wolverine Access for Student Invoice
- Monday, March 9 | Classes Resume
- Sunday, March 15 | University Honors Convocation
- Monday, April 6 - Tuesday, April 21| Undergraduates register by appointment for Fall 2015 classes
- Friday, April 10| Check Wolverine Access for Student Invoice
- Tuesday, April 21| Classes End
- Wednesday, April 22 | Study Day
- Thursday, April 22 - Friday, April 24 | Exams
- Saturday, April 25-Sunday, April 26| Study Days
- Monday, April 27 - Thursday, April 30| Exams
- Friday, May 1 - Sunday, May 3 | Commencement Activities
PRESIDENT SCHLISSEL KICKS OFF CAMPUSWIDE DIVERSITY EFFORTS
President Mark Schlissel called for innovative and ambitious measures. Click here to learn more and to watch the video.
U-M RECEIVES MORE FULBRIGHT GRANTS THAN ANY OTHER PUBLIC UNIVERSITY
28 students from the University of Michigan received Fulbright Grants in 2014-2015. Click here to learn more.
ANOTHER WIN FOR U-M SOLAR CAR TEAM
The U-M Solar Car team won the inaugural Abu Dhabi Solar Challenge. Click here to learn more.
U-M TO LAUNCH NEW LEADERSHIP CENTER
U-M announced a $20 million gift to the Stephen M. Ross School of Business from Stephen W. and Karen Sanger to create the Sanger Leadership Center. Click here to learn more.
NATIONAL MEDAL OF SCIENCE AWARDED TO U-M PROFESSOR
Robert Axelrod, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, has been selected for the nation's highest honor for achievement in the field of science and engineering. Click here to learn more.
U-M BIOLOGY STUDENT WINS NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL'S EXPEDITION GRANTED CONTEST
Charlie Engelman will receive $50,000 to fund an expedition to forests across the U.S. Click here to learn more.