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Part of the State Street tour

LSA Building

500 S. State St., Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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The renovated and expanded LSA Building is LSA’s on-campus home for its students. It includes a range of resources including spaces for students to connect, collaborate, and study as well as programs to help them succeed academically and professionally.

Those resources include: the LSA Opportunity Hub, which helps students connect their academic interests to their professional aspirations; the first-ever LSA Transfer Student Center; optiMize, a student-founded organization that runs an annual social innovation challenge and empowers student-powered entrepreneurship; and the LSA Scholarships Office. It is also home to the LSA Student Government, the Okun Bomba Family Navigation Desk, and places to meet with employers and alumni.

The LSA Building includes offices and classrooms, as well as the Opportunity Hub, Transfer Student Center, and LSA Student Government.
The orange brick LSA building with the large, bright red modern "Orion" sculpture in front of it
The LSA Building sits across State Street from the U-M Museum of Art and its famous "Orion" sculpture.