cultural & social

North Campus Tour

Monday, August 26, 2019
North Campus Tour

Description:  The 800 acres of rolling hills and mature trees which we know as North Campus today were cleared by pioneers in 1860 and farmed until the U-M bought North Campus in 1952. We will visit some of the key buildings and landmarks to help you familiarize with North Campus.

Cost: Free and no pre-registration is required.

Meeting Location: meet by the Campus Information Center located in the lobby of Pierpont Commons.

Ice Cream Social

Tuesday, August 20, 2024
Ice Cream Social 2024

Location: Michigan League Garden (Koessler Room if raining)

Description: The International Center and the Division of Public Safety and Security (DPSS) are excited to host new international students for an Ice Cream Social! 

This is a great opportunity to meet other new international students, enjoy an ice cream sundae and play some fun outdoor games! 

If it rains, the location will be moved to the Koessler room of the League.

Great Lakes Crossing Outlets Shopping Trip

Saturday, March 16, 2024
Great Lakes Crossing Trip

Location: Great Lakes Crossing Outlets (Auburn Hills, Michigan)

Cost: $10/person for round trip transportation. NO REFUNDS. You will need to bring money for food and shopping. Students, scholars, friends, and families are welcome. Same price for all, regardless of age (children 2 and under are free, provided they sit on a lap and do not take up a seat on the bus). All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Chicago Day Trip (Rain or Shine)

Saturday, October 14, 2017
Chicago

Cost: $45 for round trip transportation. NO REFUNDS. You will need to bring money for local transportation, food, shopping, museums, etc. Please note: This is not a guided tour by the International Center. You will be responsible for your own plans for the entire day upon arrival in Chicago. Students, scholars, friends, and families are welcome. Same price for all, regardless of age. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 

Peace Corps & optiMize Mentor Event

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Description: During this event, Returned Peace Corps Volunteers will serve as mentors to their optiMize undergraduate Social Innovatoin Challenge teams. Student teams will present their project ideas and mentors will provide advice, support, and feedback to teams on challenges they may face in their social impact project. RPCVs will have the opportunity to share about their service experience and do some interactive role-playing with student teams about challenges they will face when doing social engagement work in communities around the world.

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