Geographic Information Systems, or GIS, is used widely at the University of Michigan. This page is a clearinghouse of information about GIS software and related resources at the University of Michigan.
Access to GIS Software in Public Labs
ESRI (ArcGIS) Campus Software and Site License Information
ITS administers the site license for ESRI's ArcGIS software, and distributes the software, including Desktop, Pro, Server, and other items included in our site license.
- See ITS' page about ArcGIS (UM-only)
- Specific info about Installation and Licensing Instructions for ArcGIS page (UM-only)
- For other ESRI products, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- ArcGIS Online at the University of Michigan has information about our campus ArcGIS Online instance
A GIS Community of Practice
A GIS Community of Practice meets regularly online and off to share information, experiences and ideas around GIS topics, especially as they relate to the University of Michigan.
Support for Learning and Using GIS and Locating Geospatial Data
Specific information about for-credit courses, open workshops, self-paced tutorials, and other resources for learning GIS at University of Michigan is at http://guides.lib.umich.edu/learngis .
CSCAR provides support for spatial analysis , both through consulting and grant support.
The Clark Library provides support for locating geospatial data and assistance with using ArcGIS, ERDAS Imagine and other spatial analysis software.
LSA IT provides a wide-variety of GIS Consulting services through the LSA IT Advocacy and Research Support team. The LSA ArcGIS for Server Service provides enterprise-level ArcGIS data management, web services, and collaboration support.
A multi-unit team assists with troubleshooting ArcGIS installations and submitting problem reports to ESRI, please email email@example.com .
The ESALab is a unit within the School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) that primarily provides support to SEAS constituents.
GIS and Spatial Analysis in the Curriculum
A graduate certificate in spatial analysis is available to UM graduate students via the School for Environment and Sustainability.
For more information or to add your campus GIS presence to this list, please email Nicole Scholtz at firstname.lastname@example.org .