The Duderstadt Center is a place like no other for you to engage, collaborate, and create with the people, advanced technologies, and unique spaces to build your academic and career future.

Opened in the Fall of 1996 as the “Media Union,” the facility now named the James and Anne Duderstadt Center was designed to be the creative platform, information and technology hub, and the social center of the North Campus. Whether you are a student, faculty member, staff, or a guest of the U-M, chances are you have only experienced a fraction of the unique resources here. Start exploring!

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History of the Duderstadt Center
The Digital Media Commons (DMC)
Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library (AAEL)
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the Duderstadt Center
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