Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2080
Bursley is a mixed-gender residence hall for about 1270, mostly first-year students. It’s on North Campus near Pierpont Commons, the College of Engineering, the School of Music, Theater and Dance, and many other academic units. Students can get to Central Campus on U-M busses that run frequently.
At Bursley you’ll have a community of Residential Staff who are trained and ready to help you succeed in your new home. Your Resident Advisor will be there to help build community, lead activities and answer questions. Learn more about Residential Staff and services.
Each residence hall has a student governing system including a Hall Council, a Multicultural Council, and representatives on the Residence Hall Association. Talk to your RA if you are interested in participating.
Music Practice Rooms
Group Work Spaces
Community Convenience Store
If you live here you'll find:
- Bed (36” x 80”, takes extra long twin linens)
- Building Block or Lifespace II Modular Furniture
- Ethernet Port
- Recycling Tote
- Integrated Fire and Smoke Alarms
- Fire Suppression System
- Overhead Lighting
The lounge, in Bursley Hall, dedicated in 1976, is named after one of the nation's foremost civil rights leaders, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Every residence hall has a Community Center that is the heart of the community. There, you’ll get a chance to meet other students, talk to resident advisors, and find out about events and activities planned for your community. Plus, the Community Center can help with logistics like room lock-outs, lost keycards, lost & found and package pick up.