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2004 enrollment
sets records at every level

The most dramatic increase was in the number of freshmen. New first-year students totaled 6,040, an increase of 487 students or 8.8 percent over fall 2003. The previous record was set in 1999 when there were 5,559 new freshmen. The figures include students who entered the University in spring, summer or fall 2004. More>


Frieze identified as location
for new residence hall

Moving forward with a plan to improve the residential experience on campus, President Mary Sue Coleman has announced that a new facility, which will combine a 500-bed housing unit and academic space, will be built at the location of the Frieze Building on Central Campus. The plan will raze the Frieze Building and preserve the adjacent Carnegie Library building. More>


Campus event: "Beyond the Stigma: Palestine/Israel/USA Through Art”

The Honors Program and the Residential College are hosting a series of events the week of Oct. 11-16 entitled “Beyond the Stigma: Palestine/Israel/USA Through Art.” A team of visiting artists (music, theater, film, photography and poetry) will join with U-M faculty and local academics to explore the Palestinian/Israeli conflict through the lenses of the performing arts. The goal is not to stigmatize, but to learn again to hear, see and try to understand “the other.” Since politics seem incapable of producing a solution to this highly charged conflict, this series avoids the overtly political elements of the situation to focus on its human aspects. The week’s events include a mini-course and a series of events that, while part of the course, are open to the public. More>


University replacing mailed pay stubs
with online option

The M-Pathways upgrade in February made it possible for all employees to view and print pay stub information using Wolverine Access. The University Payroll Office initiated a unit-by-unit program to eliminate hard copy pay stubs for direct deposit participants this past summer. More>


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