Campus Computing Sites

The Union basement Computing Site will be closed for building construction starting July 9, 2018.

Unfortunately, this closure will be extended for the duration of the Union renovation project, which is currently scheduled to reopen for Winter 2020. We apologize for the inconvenience.

The Angel Hall “Fishbowl” computing site or the Shapiro and Hatcher library computing sites, both across State Street, are good alternative locations in the neighborhood for your computing needs. For housing residents, the West Quad and South Quad CLCs are also very close to the Union.

To learn more about the Union’s renovation project, visit the Re:Union website.

Campus Computing Sites offer public-access workstations with university-licensed software across the UM-Ann Arbor campus. More than 2,000 Windows and Mac computers are located in 17 locations on Central Campus, 4 locations on North Campus, and in 100+ cyberstation locations in study lounges, dining areas, and collaboration and study spaces. All Campus Computing Sites (excluding cyberstations) have black and white laser printers, and several provide color or large format printing, scanners, and instructional and training materials.