Group Lodging at North Quadrangle
105 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285
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All summer lodging questions should be directed to:
U-M Conference Services
The North Quadrangle residence hall is located one block northwest of the "diag" on the U-M campus, and is right next to Ingalls Mall, which contains Hill Auditorium, Rackham Building, and the Michigan League. North Quad is the University of Michigan's first new residence hall built since 1967. North Quad opened in fall of 2010, with a combination of residence hall rooms and academic classroom space.
The building has approximately 450 beds. The most common room in North Quad is a Private Single, which includes a twin bed with semi-private bath facilities. Some Double Suites are also available, which include a living area, two bedrooms and a semi-private bath. Double Suites can hold up to four overnight guests. All rooms are air-conditioned, and include a Linen Packet at check-in (contains: towels, sheet set, pillow and blanket).
Rate and room preferences are subject to availability.
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NOTE: We do not assign roommates. Individuals reserving double rooms are responsible for payment of room and providing roommate name to Conference Services at the time of reservation.
All room rates are per night. Please provide us with a credit card number to pay for your stay. Your credit card will be charged at the time of reservation.
If a cancellation is necessary, please contact our office 48 hours in advance of check-in at 734-764-5297 to avoid any penalty. Guests who do not cancel 48 hours prior to arrival and guests who to not check-in on their scheduled arrival date will be charged one night’s stay.
You may also register by completing a registration form pdf and faxing to 734-764-1557. Please do not email credit card information.
Online Room Reservations
A parking permit for a designated lot may be available for purchase. Street parking meters cost approximately $1.50/hour between 8 am and 6 pm, otherwise they are free. Please be advised, however, that street parking meters are scarce and parking enforcement is very strict — the fine for an expired parking meter is $10 to $20, and after several tickets you risk the inconvenience and the expense of several hundred dollars if your car is towed. Parking tickets received are the responsibility of the owner. For more information on parking please visit the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority website.
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