A new home, designed just for you

STUDENT UNION PLAZA

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College will be your home away from home, which is why University of Detroit Mercy is committed to providing a comfortable and contemporary campus environment.  This summer, the University will break ground on several multi-million dollar projects that have been designed to enhance your collegiate experience.  Visit and see for yourself!

INSIDE THE STUDENT UNION

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The Student Union — Hub of Campus Life

Construction plans include an expansion and extensive update of the Student Union - the hub of campus life!  Once complete, the new Student Union will be the “go-to” for convenient access to food, essential services, corners for studying (or sleeping) and most importantly, a place to unwind and hangout with friends.

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Collaborative spaces
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Study pods
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Gaming areas
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Student service
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Barnes & Noble
Bookstore
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Multi-level outdoor plaza
with plenty of trees
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Shiple Hall — The Freshman Residence Hall

A complete reconstruction of the front entrance will begin summer 2020 followed by plans to modernize the lobby. Residents will also enjoy contemporary updates including new bathroom fixtures, paint, flooring, lighting and furniture.

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Campus Expansion — Creating More Green Spaces

The University recently purchased land at the south end of campus (behind Shiple Hall). Plans for the land include an intramural sports field and green space specially designed for students to escape and enjoy the outdoors.

Rendering of an attractive student lounge planned for Ford Life Sciences Building

And More — Improvements All Across Campus

When the McNichols Campus Renovation Project is complete, nearly every building on McNichols Campus will be upgraded. All this investment is focused on making the Detroit Mercy student experience the best it can be.

dr-g.png“The enhancements planned for the McNichols Campus will make the University even more attractive to high-achieving students who want a Jesuit- and Mercy-inspired education, as well as an opportunity to apply their learning to community needs in a city as culturally rich and diverse as Detroit.”
– Antoine M. Garibaldi, Ph.D., President