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General Information

September 7 - 9, 2012
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Parking is at a premium during football weekends.  However, the hotels provide ample parking.  For your convenience, buses will be available for all planned activities on Saturday, September 8.  You may pick up a bus schedule when you register.

Complimentary cab service within Ann Arbor has been arranged through Yellow Car.  Please be aware that demand is high during football weekends, so advance notice is strongly recommended.  Information is provided in registration packets.

Special Assistance
Reunion 2012 facilities are wheelchair accesible.  If special arrangements are necessary, please notify the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 734.615.4535 or

Dress is casual, except for Class Dinner which is business dressy.

Golf Information
Tee times may be reserved at the University Golf Course for Friday morning, September 7.  You may call 734.615.GOLF beginning at 7:00 a.m. (EDT) seven days in advance.

Michigan Law Gear
The Law School and The M Den have teamed up to make specialized Michigan Law apparel available onsite at the reunion and online through the MLaw Marketplace.  A percentage of all sales comes back to Law School student groups to help support their activities.

You may choose to purchase MLaw gear online at any time and have it shipped to you directly.  You will also be able to purchase MLaw gear onsite at the Law School.  Times and location to be determined, check the schedule when you arrive.

Other Information
U-M is smoke-free
As part of the University of Michigan's ongoing effort to create a healthier environment for its faculty, staff and students, all three campuses - Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint - are smoke-free.  This extends the smoke-free environment of U-M buildings to campus grounds.

Smoking is not prohibited on sidewalks adjacent to public thoroughfares on the Ann Arbor campuses.  Thank you for your cooperation.

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