Chapter 21: Additional ResourcesSave chapter as a PDF
- 21.A General Principles
- 21.B Alumni/Alumnae
- 21.C Ann Arbor
- 21.D Bookstores
- 21.E Buildings
- 21.F Banks and Credit Unions
- 21.G Cultural Collections Council
- 21.H Cultural Events and Programming
- 21.I Information
- 21.J International Center
- 21.K Libraries
- 21.L Lost and Found
- 21.M Mail Service
- 21.N Maintenance
- 21.O Museums and Galleries
- 21.P Natural Areas
- 21.Q Observatories and Planetariums
- 21.R Printing, Graphic Design, and Photography
- 21.S Publications
- 21.T Religious and Spiritual Resources
- 21.U Sports and Recreational Resources
- 21.V Transportation
- 21.W University of Michigan Press
21.B Alumni/AlumnaeSave section as a PDF
21.B.1 Alumni Association
The University of Michigan Alumni Association is an independent membership organization which conducts a variety of programs for alumni; operates year-round programming activities at camp Michigania (see below); provides educational opportunities; publishes the Michigan Alumnus magazine; and offers resources such as the Alumni Career Center, reunion information, an on-line alumni directory, alumni locator service, and more. The Association has more than 100,000 members.
Some of the schools and colleges also have alumni organizations for their graduates. For information, contact the appropriate dean’s office.
21.B.2 Alumni/ae Records Office
This office maintains records on University alumni/ae, making records available to units within the University in connection with University programs. Alumni/ae can update their records online. Requests for address lists or labels or for biographical data require advance arrangements.
21.B.3 Camp Michigania
Owned and operated by the Alumni Association since 1962, Camp Michigania is a conference and retreat facility comprised of 375 acres of woods and fields and 1.5 miles of shoreline on Walloon Lake, Michigan. Michigania is a peaceful setting for group retreats, conferences, and summer week-long camp sessions offered to Alumni Association members and their families. Spacious rooms in the Education Center offer an ideal setting for retreats for faculty and staff, and afford a non-distracting setting for conferences or retreats of up to 100 people.