What’s Something People Don’t Know About Your School? -University of Michigan

“Most people assume that with a big, public university, the students are just a number and that people kind of blend in with the crowd. While that’s always an option (the Big House holds over 100,000 people on a football Saturday), there are so many opportunities to join communities and to make Michigan as individualized as you want it. I’ve had classes of over 300 and classes of just 7. The diversity of experiences here is incredible.” -Sherpa Brett, University of Michigan

What’s Something People Don’t Know About Your School? -University of Michigan

“Our law school building was the only place in the US where they considered filming Harry Potter! In all seriousness, Ann Arbor is more than your average college town — it’s a huge foodie town with super diverse cuisines, lots of museums, so many concert venues (in fact I just saw one of my favorite bands live tonight!), quirky little shops… and then, of course, it has everything you could ever want in a big football school, all the sports, the beautiful ivy-covered buildings, etc.” -Sherpa Alex, University of Michigan

What’s Something People Don’t Know About Your School? -University of Notre Dame

“People do not realize that despite the size of Notre Dame, the connections and people you meet grow exponentially throughout the years. When walking around the quad, you’ll see a handful of people you recognize. This builds to the overwhelming sense of community you feel. It’s more than just the masses, football games, or classes – there’s a feeling on the campus of a family.”-Sherpa Elizabeth, University of Notre Dame