Visit the Alumni Center
After being closed for renovation for the last two years, the Alumni Center has now reopened to visitors. Located at 200 Fletcher Street in Ann Arbor — off Ingalls Mall next to the Michigan League — the Alumni Center is open to visitors five days a week, and Student Life Members of the Alumni Association have exclusive after-hours access as well.
Alumni Center Visitor Hours
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday: Closed
Student Life Member Hours
Monday – Thursday: 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
(During fall and winter semesters)
Alumni Center COVID-19 Visitor Protocols
The Alumni Association, in support of the greater University, strives to deliver its mission while protecting the health and safety of our campus community by minimizing the potential spread of COVID-19. Please read our visitor protocols before visiting the Alumni Center.
What to Explore in the Alumni Center
When you enter the Alumni Center, you’ll want to stop by the front desk to check in. This is also where you are able to pick up two free blue books per semester if you’re a student. As you explore the new space, make sure to visit the Immersion Room for a unique storytelling experience and the Interactive Table to explore, search, and connect with other members of the U-M community.
Located off the lobby, the Founders Room is a great space to connect with classmates or study if you’re a student or simply hang out if you’re an alum.
Stephen C. and Faith A. Brown Alumni Member Lounge
The perks of being a member! If you are a member of the Alumni Association (including Student Life Members), you can visit the member lounge to relax and enjoy complimentary snacks and coffee. Join today to get access to the lounge.
If you want to learn about some notable University of Michigan alumni, you will want to check out our Pride Wall, which is located in the lower (garden) level of the Alumni Center.
Not able to make it back to Ann Arbor to see the Alumni Center in person? Take a virtual tour of the building and explore before and after photos.
The entrance off Ingalls Mall is wheelchair accessible, and the Alumni Center has an elevator to provide access to the lower (garden) level and second and third floors.