Ann Arbor is a city in South eastern Michigan with a population of about 115,000. Of these 115,000 residents of Ann Arbor, about 32% are college or grad students, most of whom attend the University of Michigan.
Ann Arbor is home to the main campus of the University of Michigan, whose enrollment tops 40,000 undergraduate, graduate, and first professional students. Because of the campus' size and presence, Ann Arbor often has a college feel to it. The University of Michigan is joined in Ann Arbor by the smaller Cleary and Concordia Universities.
There are many great cultural attractions put on in the city and by the University that offer great activities in Ann Arbor, MI. In addition, the great sports program of the University of Michigan provides a great deal of entertainment.
Traveling in Ann Arbor is facilitated by three highways and public buses called "The Ride." Though there is an airport in the city, Ann Arbor Municipal Airport, many prefer to fly out of the larger Detroit Metropolitan Airport, which is only 28 miles outside the city.
Ann Arbor is home to Michigan Stadium, which is the largest American Football stadium in the entire world and can seat 107,501 people!