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Quality Off-Campus Housing for Your Student

Finding a home-away-from-home for your Wolverine student may not be easy. Through individual leases and payment options, a professional staff, security precautions and a long list of amenities, we hope to provide peace of mind about your off-campus housing decision.

Everything Your Student Needs and More

The Courtyards offers the perfect atmosphere to help your student thrive. From social cookouts to our educational residence life programs, we provide a network of resources and social amenities to support a cultivating environment.


Convenient Living

Each apartment comes with individual leases, appliances, utilities (except electricity), cable, WiFi and furniture. But the conveniences don’t end there. Residents also have exclusive access to several on-site amenities, including:

Easy Rent Payments

For parents who choose to manage rent payments, we make paying bills as convenient as possible, accepting the following methods:

Contact us to learn about other available payment methods.

Roommate Matching

If your student doesn't have anyone to live with, our roommate matching service can help find the right roommates.

Professional Staff

Many staff members at The Courtyards live and work on site. So if your student ever has a problem, help is just around the corner.

Support from EdR

With 50 years of experience in the collegiate housing management industry, EdR possesses the expertise and resources necessary to provide your student with the best off-campus housing possible.

Learn more about EdR 

Live here. Live well. Program

The Courtyards strives to improve the health and wellness of our residents by creating a healthy living environment and promoting healthy habits that can impact our residents' entire life course.

Learn More About Our Live here. Live well. Program 

The Right Location

At The Courtyards, your student benefits from our proximity to the University of Michigan and the resources they need to be successful.


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Distance from Univeristy of Michigan:

  • 1 minutes by car
  • 2 minutes by bicycle
  • 4 minutes by foot

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