Northwood I, II, & III Community Center

2150 Cram Place
Ann Arbor, MI 48105 (Map)
T: 734.647.4175
F: 734.647.4120

Do you ive in Northwood IV or V? Check out the Northwood Community Center on McIntyre Drive.

The Community Center at 2150 Cram Place is a convenient hub for residents of Northwood I, II and III. Stop by to socialize, get information, study, borrow items or see what’s happening in the community. You’re welcome to use our workroom, huddle room (for small meetings), TV room, gathering space and our Community Learning Center. We have building-wide wireless access.

Throughout the year, you will find a variety of activities going on at the Community Center so visit often.  Your Community Assistants, Resident Advisors, Diversity Peer Educators and Peer Academic Success Specialists are available to help and support you as you navigate the ins and outs of living at Northwood.

Community Center Hours

Beginning Tuesday September 4, 2018
     Monday through Saturday               9:00am - 10:00pm
     Sunday               12noon - 10:00pm
     Friday, 10/12/2018               9:00AM - 8:00PM
     Saturday, 10/13/2018               9:00am - 9:30pm
     Sunday, 10/14/2018               12noon - 5:00pm
     Monday, 10/15/2018               12noon - 5:00pm
     Tuesday, 10/16/2018               12noon - 10:00pm
     Wednesday, 10/17/2018               Resume Reghular Hours
     Wednesday, 11/21/2018               9:00am - 7:00pm
     Thursday, 11/22/2018               Closed
     Friday, 11/23/2018               Closed
     Saturday, 11/24/2018               12noon - 10:00pm
     Sunday, 11/25/2018               Resume Regular Hours
     Thursday, 12/20/2018               9:00am - 7:00pm
     Friday, 12/21/2018               Closed

Community Center Services

Residents may borrow the following items at no charge:
  • Bicycle tire pumps
  • Ethernet cables
  • Hand cart
  • Blue bins
  • Jumper cables
  • Small hand tools
  • Snow shovels
  • Sports equipment
  • Vacuum cleaners 

Online Services

Mail & Package Delivery

Addressed mail and small packages sent through the U.S. Postal Service are put in residents' mailboxes. Oversized items are either delivered to the Community Center or left at the front door of the residence. Residents will receive notification if they have a package waiting at the Community Center. Learn more about mail and package delivery.

Mail Forwarding

Unfortunately we cannot forward your mail for you. When you move out, you can file a forwarding address form with the U.S. Postal Service. Mail forms are available online, at the post office, or at the Community Center. If you need to forward your mail to an address outside the United States, please visit a Post Office in person. The nearest Post Offices are located at 3000 Green Road, 1214 South University, and 200 East Liberty.

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For housing related questions, please contact University Housing.
Phone: (734) 763-3164