Statewide Astronomy Night on April 7th from 9pm to 11pm in Angell Hall Observatory !!!
This event is part of Statewide Astronomy Night, in conjunction with the Michigan State University Science Festival. Look for other events on campus and all across the state this evening!
Open Houses/Public Observing Nights:
The Winter 2017 Public Observing schedule has been posted here
, where you can find more information about the times and locations of our open houses. We will also generally have a meeting the Wednesday before open houses at 8 PM
in 411 West Hall
(not for the summer). For a complete schedule, please look at our calendar
SAS and U of M Astronomy Swag:
- If you would like to purchase a SAS t-shirt or hoodie, please contact the SAS officers: email@example.com.
Free Astronomy Tutoring:
SAS holds free tutoring sessions for 100 & 200-level astronomy students one night a week during the fall and winter terms. Unfortunately, tutoring is not offered during the Spring and Summer semesters. We can help you with your homework, labs, studying for exams, or just answer your general questions about astronomy. Please come with specific questions, as we can't do your entire homework set for you.
- For answers to other questions and to schedule an alternate time for tutoring, please check the tutoring page. We will try to accommodate your requests, but please keep in mind that we are all busy students too.
- Tutoring for Winter 2017 will take place on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM in 470 West Hall.
- Meetings are held on in room 411 West Hall (fourth floor over the arch) and are generally at 8:00pm on Wednesdays before scheduled open houses (No meetings for the summer). These meetings are generally administrative or professional in nature. We have regular talks by professors and graduate students. Anyone is welcome to come if they would like to know about the astronomical research here at University of Michigan or to help plan astronomy events on campus such as the Public Open Houses at the Angell Hall Observatory, 100-level astronomy tutoring, public inreaches with local elementary/middle schools, observing trips for events such as meteor showers, eclipses, star parties, etc.