While in Ann Arbor
We want you to have the best experience possible
while visiting Ann Arbor. Check out the following information below, regarding
Sites to See,
Child Care and
UM Smoking Ban a during your stay:
The weather in Ann Arbor in late October can be lovely, with the sun setting the fall foliage
colors on fire, but also very unpredictable. The average
temperature ranges from the low 60s (F) during the day to the
mid 30s in the evening. Due to
the Great Lakes that surround the state, the southeast Michigan
area sometimes experiences very strong winds at this time
of year, reaching as high as 60 miles per hour on occasion. But
you know what they say about Michigan:
“If you don’t like the weather, just wait a minute!”
Ann Arbor Weather Forecasts from: Weather
Underground, Weather Channel
For outdoor activities, please plan to dress in layers and bring a windbreaker and winter jacket or coat. In the likelihood it may rain, plan to pack an umbrella
or other waterproof gear. Also, it is wise to bring boots and other cold-weather articles
that will keep you warm if you are walking around campus or
For most Reunion daytime events, business-casual attire
is recommended. For the evening events for the 25- and 50-year classes, semi-formal
or business attire is
appropriate. Evening events for the 5-year and 10-year Reunions
are casual. For the Tailgate Party and Football Game, casual,
clothing is best (maize and blue is recommended, and Ross
School of Business merchandise preferred!).
There are events all over the campus and
city, as well as other cultural and historic sites,
restaurants, museums, and venues to see while you're here; therefore, don’t forget your comfortable walking
shoes. Although there is public transportation and taxi service, parking is always scarce in the city — you are likely to have a short
walk no matter where you are going!
Sites to See
cultural activities and special events the whole family will
enjoy, check out:
Arbor Convention and Visitors Bureau
For University of Michigan
highlights, view any of the following:
University Musical Society
The Reunion Team recommends a locally-owned service,
My Nanny Rocks, for alumni who wish to find a
babysitter for their children during Reunion Weekend.
My Nanny Rocks is an Ann Arbor based childcare agency
started by three local nannies with over 30 years
experience collectively. Together they have degrees in
Education, Early Childhood Development, Psychology, and
My Nanny Rocks may be contacted by individual or
combined families to provide childcare services at your
hotel or other locations with 2+ weeks notice prior
to the date. Please contact them via email or call
Jennifer at the number below. Applications for our
Occasional Caregivers list can be downloaded from our
www.mynannyrocks.com and returned via email.
Mention the "UM Ross School of Business Reunion"
UM Smoking Ban
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, as of July 1, 2012. This extends the smoke-free environment of U-M buildings to the campus grounds.
Smoking is not prohibited on sidewalks adjacent to public thoroughfares on the Ann Arbor campuses.
For more information, please visit http://www.smokefree.umich.edu/.
Thank you for your cooperation.