105 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285
The North Quadrangle Residential and Academic Complex provides a focal point for international and intercultural programming. This unique combination of living and learning environments offers a highly innovative experience that connects upperlevel undergraduate students to their community and the world.
North Quad is home to International Impact, a theme community focused on today's multicultural world; the Veterans Living Experience; and two academic learning communities, the Global Scholars Program and the Max Kade German Program. In addition to residential spaces and classrooms, North Quad also includes offices for the School of Information, Communication Studies, Screen Arts and Cultures, the Language Resource Center and the Sweetland Writing Center. We invite you to to take a self-guided tour of the public areas of North Quadrangle at your leisure.
North Quad is Michigan’s first new residence hall since Bursley Hall was opened on North Campus in 1967. For a peek inside North Quad, tune into YouTube or Out of the Blue. You can also find photos in our Facebook photo album. If you become a resident in this hall, check out the North Quad community.
- Houses approximately 450 upperlevel undergrads
- Double and triple suites include a sofa, coffee table and a semi-private bath
- Singles, doubles and triples
- Lounges on each floor plus a hall living room and kitchen on the 10th floor
- Community Learning Center
- Marketplace-style dining center and Java Blue café and coffee shop
- Classrooms and seminar spaces
- Performance and presentation areas
- Multicultural lounge and classroom
- Television production studio
- High-tech media gateway to support students, faculty and staff in working with multimedia, network and communication technologies
- Collaborative work spaces that include video-teleconferencing and electronic media sharing/editing
Learn about the history behind North Quad. Visit our U-M Housing Alumni Facebook page and choose North Quadrangle.