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. For more information, visit the Association website at <alumni.umich.edu>.
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 at <https://leadersandbest.umich.edu/alumni_update/>. Requests for alumni/ae address lists or labels or for alumni/ae 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. For more information, visit the Michigania website at <alumni.umich.edu/michigania>.