How North Campus Came to Be

February 5, 2024


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5-15 mins
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Presented by The Record

Did you live in Bursley Hall during your freshman year? Post-WW2, the University of Michigan was “bursting at its seams,” with high enrollment and newly established departments with nowhere to go. The solution? Purchasing 826 acres 1 mile north of the Diag with plans to build a secondary campus. Explore the history behind the makings of a ‘super-university’ in this article from Michigan Today.

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