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The University of Michigan promotes diversity—even in its facilities. A stroll around campus exposes students to a mixture of architectural styles—from the Gothic, ivy-coated walls of the student union to the modern, geometric structures that make up the Ross School of Business. Facilities are constantly under construction with excellent results, like the Lloyd Hall dormitory. Though the school is spread across three campuses (North, Central, and South), each has its own recreational center with equipment. Michigan also has countless libraries, all within reasonable distances from dorms, classrooms, and most off-campus housing sites. Every library has access to quiet study areas, computers, and printers.
Many of Michigan's most popular facilities serve more than one purpose. The Student Union, for example, consists of quiet study spots, private meeting rooms, computing and printing sites, and food establishments. Though some students gripe about the outdated recreational equipment and the crowded libraries during finals week, Michigan facilities offer plenty of places to study, eat, or simply let off some steam.