Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Located on Central Campus, the Munger Graduate Residences are designed specifically for graduate and professional level students from all U-M schools and colleges to actively engage in a transdisciplinary community. Transdisciplinary living brings a diverse mix of graduate and professional students from various fields together to live, study and build a culture of collaboration. You’ll join other graduate students in a furnished apartment with 6 or 7 single-occupancy bedroom suites, each with a private bathroom. The suites also include a very large kitchen, dining room and community space.
When you live in Munger, you’ll become part of a unique community of thinkers, designers and doers. Through everyday interactions and organized Munger programs, you’ll inhabit an environment that asks you to grow, adapt and thrive. You’ll leave here with a once-in-a-lifetime experience that gives you unprecedented preparation for the diverse and rapidly-changing professional world.
Munger Graduate Program
Throughout the year, you’ll have the opportunity to take part in free events focused on building community and developing the following skills:
Discuss the value of expanding your social network
Explore how your work connects to global issues and share your findings
Explain the fundamentals of your academic process and listen as others share theirs
Looking Inward at Your Outlook
Discuss soft skills like communication techniques, adaptability skills, decision making, and time management
Examine how you engage with community
Think about your strengths, opportunities for growth and challenges
Learn to recognize and appreciate the strengths, opportunities, and challenges of others
Using the Lens of Lifelong Learning
Learn to examine important issues from different viewpoints
Develop a diverse toolbox of problem-solving skills
Discuss your strengths and identify places where you can grow
Exploring Your True North
Discover the global or social issues you are passionate about
Collaborate with other passionate learners to innovate and explore solutions
Munger Graduate Program Staff:
Devon Degraffenreed, M.A.
Program Advisor, Graduate, and Professional Students
Devon serves as the Program Advisor for Graduate & Professional Students in Student Life. Events led by Devon happen across campus, and all graduate and professional students are encouraged to participate!
Devon is also available to assist graduate and professional student organizations with program and event conceptualization, collaboration, and support; he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael C. Rupert, M.A.
Program Manager, Graduate Academic Initiatives
Michael serves as the Program Manager for Graduate Academic Initiatives in Residence Education. Events led by Michael’s student teams of Fellows occur in Northwood Community Apartments on North Campus and in Munger Graduate Residences on Central Campus. All graduate and professional students are encouraged to particpate!
Indoor Bicycle Parking
Rooftop Running Track
Group Work Spaces
Music Practice Rooms
Gender Inclusive Restroom
If you live here you'll find:
- Bedrooms (one bed, desk, chair, closet, private bath and climate control)
- Two Microwaves
- Two Refrigerators
- Two Ovens
- Washer and Dryer
- Flat Panel HDTV
- Ethernet Port
- Two Couches
- Coffee Table
- Fire Suppression System
- Overhead Lighting