As home to most of Michigan's undergraduates, the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) is at the core of U-M's standing as one of the top universities in the world. Beyond academic excellence, LSA offers a range of programs and resources other institutions simply can't. The videos below represent just a small sampling of the opportunities you have in LSA.
Our world-class university has world-class resources for you. For class, for theses projects, for fun. Take a look behind the scenes.
Over 1,000 students take part in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program, which partners 1st & 2nd yr undergrads w/ faculty across U-M.
Students abroad take classes, but they also get to explore. Student Michael Sullivan made this movie showing his time in S. Africa outside classwork.
LSA has many off-campus programs, like the BioStation in northern Michigan. Students from any background can take classes or do research here.
The RC is a small, community-focused college within a college that emphasizes hands-on learning with its own advising and arts facilities.
Community engagement is a big part of many LSA students' lives. See how some of them are incorporating service into their educations.
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