The School of Kinesiology maintains offices, labs and centers, and classroom spaces in three buildings, all within walking distance of each other. Central, medical, and athletic campuses are also nearby.
There are seven Kinesiology classrooms -- four in CCRB, three in Observatory Lodge. Descriptions, AV instructions, and reservations information can be found on the Classrooms page.
The Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM) Program Lab has moved to CCRB 4740.
The CCRB also houses the IONM Program Class Lab in Room 4740.
Parking is at a premium in Ann Arbor and the University. For information on where to park on campus, please visit the U-M Logistics, Transportation & Parking site. It includes:
The U-M Campus Information Center (CIC) has information on transportation to and around campus, as well as other helpful links for visitors.
Parking in Ann Arbor can be a challenge, especially on Football Saturdays, during Commencement, and during Art Fair in July. Sites to help you decide where to park:
Ann Arbor's bus service, The Ride, has a comprehensive route network and four Park and Ride lots where commuters can park their cars for free and shuttle to campus. The Ride also offers Mobile RideTrak, so that you can view the location and status of the bus you're waiting for.
Buses serving both the Central Campus Recreation Building (CCRB) and Observatory Lodge include: 4, 22, 23, 60, and 64.
The CCRB (Google Map) is on the northeast corner of Washtenaw and Geddes. The closest AATA stops are:
Observatory Lodge (Google Map) is on the southeast corner of Observatory and Washington Heights. The closest AATA stops are:
Fare: free for U-M students and staff with valid U-M I.D. Others, $1.50 each way. Child and senior discounts available.