Housing in Ann Arbor is in high demand. You will need to plan in advance for your housing needs.
Summer Institute participants are responsible for securing their own housing, although Summer Institute staff will help in any way we can. Many participants reside in University operated facilities, while others obtain housing through privately owned apartments and cooperatives. It is strongly recommended that participants arrange for housing prior to their arrival in Ann Arbor.
Several events in Ann Arbor during the summer greatly restrict the availability of short-term housing during June and July. July is especially busy due to the Ann Arbor Art Fairs. Participants may be able to find housing by checking both University Housing and Non-University Housing as listed below.
If you plan to be in Ann Arbor for an extended stay (four weeks or more) you may prefer to look for a summer sublet. These are particularly recommended if you plan to bring children or pets with you. The Off-Campus Housing Office provides a list of rooms, apartments and houses that may be available during June and July.
The University also has information about various short-term housing options.
Additional Sublet opportunities:
Sublet A - Subleasing April 1st to August 5th at Willow Tree Apartments (Dates Flexible). Please contact Ta'les at (708) 890-0887 or firstname.lastname@example.org, if interested.
Sublet B - Subleasing June-August at 715 W. Madison Street. Please contact Mikhail Yurochin at email@example.com, if interested.
Online Housing Search Tool
Airbnb is an online community marketplace that connects people looking to rent their homes with people who are looking for accommodations, either one night, a weekend, a week or even a month. Room type - entire place, private room or shared room.
Cribspot brings together thousands of student apartments and houses on one simple, searchable map, so you can stop going from door to door or site to site in Ann Arbor.
Inter-Cooperative Council (ICC) at the University of Michigan
ICC Student Cooperative Housing, in which 8 to 70 people live together sharing expenses and chores, provides a good alternative to apartment or single-room rental for Summer Institute participants. Cooperative housing, or a co-op, is operated by the people who live in them, requiring three to five hours of work per week from each member. Some houses have meal plans while in others members buy food and cook individually. All houses have fully-equipped kitchens. Members' jobs range from cooking dinner, to dishwashing and housekeeping, to keeping the house books, or performing basic maintenance.
Co-ops offer a comfortable, friendly atmosphere. Most houses are within a 10- to 15-minute walk from the Institute for Social Research. The individual houses vary quite a bit in quality and atmosphere; thus, it is best to inspect the accommodations before making a commitment. At the very least, make it clear what your needs and expectations are. During the summer, many of the co-ops are populated by people who are not taking classes. Their schedules and lifestyles, therefore, may differ greatly from yours. Please be explicit that you are with the ISR Summer Institute and state the dates you will be in Ann Arbor. House approval is not required for contracts for a double room. Contracts for any contract dates other than those listed on the ICC website require house approval.
For more information on co-ops, contact:
There are a limited number of hotels within walking distance of campus. Some hotels located off campus provide regular transportation for their guests to and from campus. You may wish to ask about those options before selecting your hotel. Accommodations at many national hotel chains can be reserved through their toll-free numbers. Call the hotels to get current rates. For a list of local hotels, check the Ann Arbor Area Convention & Visitors' Bureau.
The Ecumenical Center and International Residence's (ECIR) mission is to be a reconciling living/learning community across the lines of religion, ethnicity, and culture. ECIR offers 1-bedroom apartments and bedrooms in 2- and 3-bedroom apartments. Two to four month leases are available in the spring and summer. All apartments are air conditioned, furnished, and have a bathroom, kitchen and living room. Summer rent for a bedroom in a 2- bedroom apartment is $965.00 a month, utilities included. Rent for a bedroom in a 3- bedroom apartment is $715 to $740, utilities included. 1-bedroom apartments cost under $1,190 to $1,290, utilities included. For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 734-662-5529, or visit www.ecir.org.
715 Hill St. Large attractive rooms for the summer, and option for the fall rental. Prices range from $500-$700. Great Location right on campus, 1 block from Law and Business schools, clean and quiet, furnished rooms, shared kitchen with a sink, stove, and refrigerator. Laundry washer and dryer. House hooked up to cable TV and Internet high speed bandwidth. Males preferred. Please call me at 845-399-9904 or E mail email@example.com Visit our web site.
1300 S University Ave. At Landmark you will have the privacy and lifestyle you deserve in an off campus student community that is built specifically with you, the student, in mind.
Take advantage of our convenient location and unmatched amenities—everything you want and need in one place makes Landmark the best in student apartments! Landmark is located close to the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI and minutes to class. At Landmark, you will also enjoy our amenities including a clubhouse complete with a state-of-the-art fitness center with sauna and steam rooms, yoga studio, free tanning beds, first class business center, theater, game room, multiple hot tubs, several on-site retail and dining options, and much more.
Landmark offers fully furnished apartments in a variety of floor plans to choose from, individual liability leases, and cable TV and wireless internet are included. liveatlandmark.com
South Main Street Short Stay - Ann Arbor
Stay in our two bedroom suites located in downtown Ann Arbor, just blocks away from the stadium and great downtown entertainment.
- Onsite parking
- Breakfast from a local shop each morning
- Bikes available to loan
- Fully furnished kitchen
- Top third floor overlooking Main Street
Contact us at 734-489-2050. South Main Street Short Stay - Ann Arbor
Zaragon West - Ann Arbor
Zaragon West offers Ann Arbor apartments and housing for rent for visiting students, faculty, and staff of the University of Michigan. Contact us at 734-786-3890