Students study in the Taubman library

Our Campus & Training Sites

Where You'll Study and Work

As one of the top universities in the world, the University of Michigan campus is rich with resources for medical school students.

Your Academic Home Base

From your first moments on campus, the innovative spaces of the Taubman Health Sciences Library will be integral to your training as a future physician.

Each of the five floors is optimized to support your learning in the medical school curriculum: study, lectures, collaboration, clinical simulation, interprofessional training, small groups, mentoring, social gatherings, and more. U-M informationists and tech support staff are available to help you take full advantage of the vast resources at your disposal 24/7.

Aerial photo of U-M medical campus

Your Clinical Training Ground

There are many settings and opportunities to care for patients available for your clinical training, starting with the medical center adjacent to the medical school, which has 43,000 inpatient admissions and 1.6 million outpatient visits each year.

Several hospitals, private medical groups and community agencies located in southeastern Michigan provide our students with exposure to a diverse population as well as exposure to urban and rural environments, and underserved patient populations. Arrangements for rotations at other institutions, at home or abroad, are considered on a case-by-case basis.