Learn. Play.

Return to campus this summer for a lively week of lectures, activities, great food, and much more. Don’t miss this unique opportunity!

Diag Days
on the campus of the
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
June 16–22, 2024

Ann Arbor Michigan Theater sign (Diag Days)
"Diag Days was a satisfying week of thought-provoking lectures, delicious food, and engaging tours, including the Burton Tower Carillon and the Big House! As an alumnus, I had a blast revisiting sites from the past and exploring the expanding campus. I feel especially proud to be a Wolverine. GO BLUE!"
— Barbara W., TEXAS

What is Diag Days?

Diag Days is a weeklong educational experience on the campus of the University of Michigan. The program offers multiple daily lectures with exceptional faculty, including esteemed U-M professors, as well as a variety of cultural, social, and recreational activities. Come on your own or with family and friends. Non-alumni are welcome too!

Students with hands raised in a classroom (Diag Days)
Line art of man speaking with raised hands (Diag Days)


Attend a broad range of engaging lectures with world-class University of Michigan professors and other extraordinary speakers. Lectures will take place on campus at the Michigan League.

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Man kayaking on a river at sunset (Diag Days)
Line art of cheff cooking and preparing food (Diag Days)


Enjoy outdoor recreation and lively social events. Tour the Botanical Gardens, play the carillon at Burton Tower, visit the Big House, take a baking class at Zingerman's, and partake in other enriching activities.

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Line art of woman singing (Diag Days)
Group of people enjoying outdoor drinking at sunset (Diag Days)


Experience Ann Arbor’s best restaurants, cafés, museums, live music, and cultural events, including Shakespeare in the Arb and the annual Summer Festival. Hotel accommodations, with group rates, are available at the Bell Tower Hotel.

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