1931 Duffield St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2080
Bursley Hall, also known as “The Burlodge”, is a mixed-gender residence hall made up predominently of first-year students and the FYE theme community. It is located on North Campus near the the North Campus Recreation Building, Pierpont Commons, the College of Engineering, the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, the School of Art and Design, the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and an annex to the School of Information. Also nearby are the Duderstadt Center, which includes computer labs, video editing and a 3D virtual reality room; the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum; and the Bentley Historical Library. Free and frequent bus services shuttle students between North and Central Campuses.
Bursley is home to Living Arts, a living/learning community that provides co-housing for undergraduates from the North Campus academic units. Residents live and learn in an arts-infused environment—an experience that provides support for creative thought and second-nature skills for working across traditional disciplines. Check out what students have to say about Living Arts.
To learn more about the Bursley building and community, check out our Facebook photo album and the Bursley Hall Facebook page. Also learn more about what residents past and present are saying about life on North Campus.
- Houses approximately 1270 residents in single and double rooms
- Community Spaces:
- ResComp site with computers, printers and scanner
- Computer Learning Center
- 2 Music Practice Rooms