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Although many students gripe about the weather, the cost of living, and the calculus GSIs with incoherent accents, one thing holds true: the Michigan experience is one to be envied by all. Students here love their school, and they're not ashamed to say so. Few schools have a greater academic reputation, better sports, and more opportunities for extracurricular involvement There are 900 student organizations from which to choose.
Picking a school is a tough decision, and no one expects you to know exactly what you want to do with your life before you've even graduated high school. Fortunately, a school like Michigan can help you find yourself by giving you the chance to try everything under the sun. Nearly every academic area is in the top 10, the sports teams warrant immediate respect, the social life is right with the times, and there are so many ways in which to become involved (it's almost impossible to become a couch potato here). As a Michigan graduate, your degree will be one of the most highly respected in the nation. Graduate schools respect the Michigan name, and undergraduate placement into top schools speaks directly to that fact. And by joining the ranks of the largest alumni population in the world (over 450,000), you'll be a member of a proud family for life. If you choose Michigan, you'll have to try awfully hard to dislike the place after four wonderful years. Join the thousands of maize and blue faithful, and Go Blue!
There are of grassy areas to lay out and study outside (if it's warm enough). There are tons of student activities catered to any interest, and you are very supported to start an organization if you feel that the campus is lacking something.
The most unique thing about the University of Michigan is that it is a hub for all types of students in all fields. There are excellent programs in environmental sciences, art, engineering, music, sciences... There is such a diversity of people and places making it a great place to learn.
Almost all the buildings at the University of Michigan had a computer lab and a printing machine that you could easily use wirelessly with your own computer. The wireless was always available the only downside was that you had to login after a certain amount of time which can get annoying, however, there is wireless almost anywhere.
I attended University of Michigan as an in state student and was fortunate that my parents had bought the Michigan Education Trust (MET) making tuition affordable. I recommend looking into state aid and and scholarship websites.
There are many pricy options such as Panera Bread, Five Guys, Arabic restaurants, Noodles and Company, and many more options. They are all located very close to the campus so they are quite convenient. There are not really many special student discounts to these places.
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