Finding housing can be time consuming so it is advisable to immediately start looking for housing as soon as you have been accepted to any U-M program.
The ELI does not make housing arrangements for our summer programs students. Therefore, you must arrange for your own summer housing accommodation prior to your arrival on campus.
The best way to get information about on-campus housing is by visiting the following U-M Housing websites:
Move-In and Move-Out
You can move into Mosher Jordan or Stockwell on June 24, 2013, from 3pm to 8pm, and must move out on or before the last day of the lease. Take note that you must have a signed lease agreement in order to move in, and must arrange for temporary accommodations if you arrive at the U-M prior to the official move-in date.
A meal plan is part of the standard residence hall contract for all residents.
For more information about the meal plan and meal types available, please see the meal plan options on this page:
Housing for Students with Families
Located on North Campus are the Northwood Community Apartments (NCA), university-owned apartments and townhouses for U-M students with spouses/partners and children. Spring/summer term housing units are available from May to August and some units may be subcontracted.
For additional information, visit:
If you have a signed lease you can go directly to the residence hall that you have been assigned to. Unfortunately, if you do not have a signed lease you will need to find alternative accommodations. Remember, you cannot go to a residence hall and request a room. However if you arrive in Ann Arbor and have not made arrangements to stay in a residence hall, go to the Housing Information Office when you arrive to either arrange for a room in the residence hall or get information for off-campus housing. You can arrange university housing only during the Housing Office's open hours. We recommend that you go to the Housing Office well before closing time as it does take time to process room requests.
For more information, visit
Summer On-Campus Residence Halls
Mosher Jordan and Stockwell are designated on-campus residence halls for students enrolled in the spring/summer semester. Both are co-ed residence halls and conveniently located near many university buildings and the Central Campus Recreation Building. Mosher Jordan has single and double room occupancy while Stockwell has single, double and triple room occupancy.
For more specific information about these two residence halls' amenities and other living conditions, visit the U-M Housing pages for:
To request a housing application, contact
Off-campus housing refers to any housing not owned and operated by the University. It includes small-group housing, such as apartments, houses, rooms, and co-ops. Summer subleases often are available at reduced rates. Students who want to live off-campus should refer to the Shared Housing and Sublets section of
In addition, if you need more information about off-campus housing (apartments, houses, and rooms in Ann Arbor), you can contact the Housing Information Office. Housing advisors are often available during office hours to help with your housing needs and concerns.
An alternative to the residence halls is student cooperative housing, managed by the Inter-Cooperative Council (ICC). There are group houses and apartments scattered throughout North and Central campuses. North Campus attracts a large graduate student population and a sizable international student population as well. Central Campus is a large, diverse crowd that is mostly undergrads.
For more information on Ann Arbor student cooperative housing, visit
Located near Central Campus is the Ecumenical Center and International Residence (ECIR), a unique living experience for international students and scholars. The mission of the ECIR is to be a reconciling international, interfaith, living/learning community across the lines of religion, ethnicity, and culture. The ECIR often has housing available.
For information, please visit