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Religion and Spirituality

On Campus

Reflection Rooms

There are a number of reflection rooms intended for students and other members of the university community to pray, meditate, and otherwise spend time in quiet reflection. Follow the link above for a list of reflection rooms on campus with location information, hours, and descriptions of each space.

Religious/Spiritual Student Groups

Visit Maize Pages to view a list of student groups with a religious or spiritual focus and links to group information.

In the Community

Association of Religious Counselors

The Association of Religious Counselors (ARC) is an independent association of representatives from religious and spiritual communities that serve the students, staff, and faculty of the University of Michigan.

Ann Arbor Area Churches, Synagogues, and Religious Fellowships

The Ann Arbor Observer maintains a comprehensive listing of area religious organizations with locations and contact information.

Rackham Graduate School will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 21. We will return at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, November 26. During the holiday, there will be no processing of application materials and no updates to your Wolverine Access account. After we reopen, there will be a delay in processing application materials. Thank you for your patience as we process the high volume of materials.