University Senior Living

2865 S. Main Street Ann Arbor MI 48103

866-465-5993

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University Living

University Living is an assisted living community located in a beautiful area of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan. With gorgeous walking paths and an even more beautiful courtyard, it is a wonderful place to live. There are benches outside for when those wish to have nice visits or simply wish to enjoy a nice day. Located in such a beautiful area, it is hard to resist. Everything that you or a loved one could possibly need is available, with the support of the loving and caring staff.

Our mission is to make sure that every resident is happy, healthy, and taken care of. We love to see smiling residents and are strong supporters of memory care. This is especially important for those that suffer from dementia or Alzheimer's. We also love to offer various activities for those interested in remaining independent and active. Taking the time to look at our community will show you that this is a wonderful place.

To make life at University Living more exciting and comfortable, we offer various amenities. These amenities include:

  • A wonderfully relaxing spa, which includes a Jacuzzi
  • A partnership with the University of Michigan, which provides further learning opportunities
  • An incredible library and computer lab with internet access
  • A wonderful exercise area called The Preservation Station
  • Three delicious meals a day
  • A barber shop and a beauty salon is on-site
  • Fun group outings

We want to make sure that everyone has a great life in their golden years. We would love for you to join us here at University Living.

Pricing at University Senior Living

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of University Senior Living

4.1 of 5 Average rating
15 Reviews
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(8) A Place For Mom
(7) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • [Name removed] was very outgoing and friendly, helpful, introduced us to lots of staff. They pay their staff well. What impressed me was while touring, one of the staff's toddler came waddling along exploring. I asked if staff was allowed to bring their children to work, Mom said no, but that her husband was on the night shift and brings the daughter along to switch parenting duties. The fact that the couple worked at the same place meant that they were paid well, or somewhat well! The residents were interesting and the place had lots of perks, but not as many as Story Point. This place was limited in room choices but was much closer to town.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    [Name removed] was very outgoing and friendly, helpful, introduced us to lots of staff. They pay their staff well. What impressed me was while touring, one of the staff's toddler came waddling along exploring. I asked if staff was allowed to bring their children to work, Mom said no, but that her husband was on the night shift and brings the daughter along to switch parenting duties. The fact that the couple worked at the same place meant that they were paid well, or somewhat well! The residents were interesting and the place had lots of perks, but not as many as Story Point. This place was limited in room choices but was much closer to town.

  • It's a pleasant environment, but they need more staff.

    We didn't integrate very well, as far as an adequate care plan. We liked that they had tier levels of care, that's why we chose them, and we are on the highest level of care, but they aren't all trained to provide for the level of care. They do their own training here. They are a little understaffed as far as the nursing staff, and have been trying to hire a new nurse since before we moved in, and the caregivers aren't well trained. The food isn't great, she hasn't been happy with the food, and I haven't been impressed with it either. When I bring up the issues, they do make an effort to fix things. When we first came we didn't get an orientation package at all, we don't know who to ask for what. It's a pleasant environment, some of the staff have tried really hard to step up, but individuals can only do so much. In the first month I was there, I was physically there every single day to make sure things were done.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    It's a pleasant environment, but they need more staff.

    We didn't integrate very well, as far as an adequate care plan. We liked that they had tier levels of care, that's why we chose them, and we are on the highest level of care, but they aren't all trained to provide for the level of care. They do their own training here. They are a little understaffed as far as the nursing staff, and have been trying to hire a new nurse since before we moved in, and the caregivers aren't well trained. The food isn't great, she hasn't been happy with the food, and I haven't been impressed with it either. When I bring up the issues, they do make an effort to fix things. When we first came we didn't get an orientation package at all, we don't know who to ask for what. It's a pleasant environment, some of the staff have tried really hard to step up, but individuals can only do so much. In the first month I was there, I was physically there every single day to make sure things were done.

  • University Living, Ann Arbor

    Too many problems for my parents at University Living to list, including incorrect administration of meds. The for-profit, distant corporate office model is generally not a good one for this kind of operation. Certainly true in this case.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    University Living, Ann Arbor

    Too many problems for my parents at University Living to list, including incorrect administration of meds. The for-profit, distant corporate office model is generally not a good one for this kind of operation. Certainly true in this case.

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Community Details at University Senior Living

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    • University Senior Living Amenities

      • Meals Provided
      • Activities Offsite
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Vegetarian
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Activities Onsite
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas

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      • Assisted Living
      • Memory Care
      • Nursing Home
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      • Independent Living
      • Home Care
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