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The University of Michigan (U-M, UMich, or just Michigan) is a public research university in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Founded in 1817, the university is the oldest and largest in Michigan; it was established twenty years before the territory became a state. It is also a founding member of the Association of American Universities.
|Latin: Universitas Michigania|
|Catholepistemiad, or University of Michigania (1817–1821)|
|Motto||Latin: Artes, Scientia, Veritas|
Motto in English
|"Arts, Knowledge, Truth"|
|Type||Public research university|
|Established||August 26, 1817; 206 years ago (1817-08-26)|
|Endowment||$17.9 billion (2023)|
|Budget||$10.9 billion (2022)|
|Campus||Midsize city, 3,177 acres (12.86 km2)|
Total: 20,965 acres (84.84 km2), including arboretum
|Newspaper||The Michigan Daily|
|Colors||Maize and blue|
Since 1871, Michigan has been a coeducational institution. In 2023, it enrolled approximately 34,000 undergraduate students and 18,000 graduate students, making it the largest university in Michigan. The university consists of 19 colleges and offers degree programs at undergraduate and graduate levels in some 250 disciplines. Michigan also has two regional universities, one in Flint and one in Dearborn, as well as a center in Detroit. Undergraduate admission to the university is categorized as "most selective" and the university is classified among "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very high research activity".
The university's alumni include 8 domestic and foreign heads of state or heads of government; 47 U.S. senators; 218 members of the U.S. House of Representatives; 42 U.S. Cabinet secretaries; 41 U.S. governors; and 26 living billionaires. As of 2022, Wolverine athletes have won 188 medals at the Olympic Games.
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