Ann Arbor is consistently ranked among the top places to live in the United States. Our city’s smaller size makes it a very manageable place to get to know at your own pace.
Why? Michigan Medicine's students and trainees love catching a show at the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, spending a quiet Saturday wandering the farmers market downtown, and going for a long run in the Arboretum to clear their heads at the end of a long week.
Discover Ann Arbor and discover your reason why.
You don't have to follow Michigan football to appreciate our approach to teamwork. We support our teammates through times of personal growth and through tough challenges. As a learner at Michigan Medicine, you'll find 360 degrees of support, for your academics, your identity, your safety, your well-being, and your loved ones.
Explore this section to find community groups, diversity resources, accessibility information, and the best places to study on campus.
What's it like to live in Ann Arbor without a car? How bike-friendly is the city? What neighborhoods do Michigan Medicine learners prefer? What is the cost of living like?
In this section, you can find answers to these questions and explore options for living close to the medical campus — or in a nearby community.
Whether you're in the market for an apartment in a historic building, a modern high-rise condo, or a single-family home, you'll find resources and tips to help your search.
Bike, bus, drive, or ride-share — you'll find options for all of these in Ann Arbor. In this section, you can also find information about the accessibility of campus for people who use wheelchairs, as well as how to park and bus in as a commuter.
With Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) a half-hour drive from Ann Arbor, you're also always a flight away from loved ones — or your next adventure or professional opportunity.
Health is more than physical. At Michigan Medicine, we support learners with comprehensive programs for well-being — including excellent health care, counseling and consultation for mental wellness, and programs for resilience cultivated through meditation, supportive communities, and other options.