Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Travel and Lodging Info

We're glad that you'll be visiting CSE! This page provides info for traveling to Ann Arbor and CSE, getting around campus and town, parking, and searching out lodging. Other pages on this site have info on how to arrange for a student visit and things to do in Ann Arbor and throughout the region.

Driving Directions

Many visitors arrive from Detroit Metro Airport, which is a drive of about 30 to 45 minutes from CSE. The map below shows that route; you can click on "More options" in order to tweak it for your circumstances or get more detailed route info.

Building and Campus Maps

Parking

All University parking lots and structures require a parking pass or are metered. Enforcement hours vary by lot.

Visitors to CSE (which is housed in the Bob and Betty Beyster Building) will find most convenient parking in lot NC48 or NC27, as shown on this North Campus Parking Map (pdf). Visitor parking is marked in red on the map. Visitors park in numbered spaces and pay at pay booths in the lot.

Additional information is available from U-M Parking and Transportation Services.

Getting Around Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor is a highly walkable and bikeable city. However, it can be best to take a U-M bus when traveling between North and Central campuses or, if driving yourself, to take advantage of visitor parking spaces. U-M buses run frequently and can be ridden at no cost.

Magic bus: real-time display of U-M bus locations on routes

Where to Stay

Hotels and other visitor accommodations:

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