Welcome to Ann Arbor, Michigan
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The University of Michigan, a leader in undergraduate and graduate education and one of the world's premier research universities, has world-renowned faculty, rigorous academic programs and diverse cultural and social opportunities in a stimulating intellectual environment.
President: Mary Sue Coleman
Campuses: Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Flint
Enrollment: 54,300 on all campuses
Ann Arbor Campus Facts
Enrollment: 39,533 students
Regular Faculty: 5,007
Academic offerings: 600 degree programs
Varsity sports: 25
Libraries: 24; 7,958,145 volumes
At the Ross School of Business, our mission is to develop leaders who make a positive difference in the world. Through thought and action, members of the Ross community drive change and innovation that improves business and society. Ross' world-class faculty drive concepts and innovation that shape both business and policy across a wide variety of disciplines. The collaborative thinking and pioneering research across the University of Michigan campus define the institution as one of the world's greatest public universities.
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About Ann Arbor: Visitors are drawn to Ann Arbor for its eclectic urban setting and acres of parks and trees. This unique contrast offers something for everyone. The cosmopolitan college town boasts fine to casual dining and world-class shopping in nationally known stores and boutiques with local flair. Action-packed sporting events come courtesy of the University of Michigan — as well as 147 city parks, seven golf courses and endless trails. Cultural experiences, including museums, galleries and performing arts centers, make Ann Arbor a destination for arts aficionados of any age. Whatever it is you’re looking for — family recreation, the perfect gift, cultural events, breathtaking scenery or even just unabashed fun — you’ll find it here!
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History of Ann Arbor: In 1823, a group of pioneers passed through a fur trading post known as Detroit, and pushed on along the banks of the Huron River in search of a location for a new frontier community. Among the settlers was a Virginian named John Allen and fellow pioneer, Elisha Rumsey. Some forty miles west of Detroit, in the slopes that bounded the Huron River, the pioneers established their settlement. On February 12, 1824, they registered their claims in Detroit, Allen for 480 acres and Rumsey for 160, each paying the prescribed price of $1.25 per acre. On March 6th of the same year, Governor Cass designated Ann Arbor as the county seat for Washtenaw County.
Located in Southeast Michigan, Ann Arbor is just 45 miles west of Detroit and 35 miles north of the Ohio border. Some very historic and fast-growing towns surround the city. A pleasant drive along country roads in any direction will lead to one town after another.
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