Northern Michigan University

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Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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This campus, located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan really has no trouble with traffic. Marquette is the largest city by population in the U.P, with 21,355 individuals. The main campus is located between Lincoln Ave and N 4th St, it’s right near the Hospital which makes it easy to find. Most people live in the city proper, or in neighboring cities such as Ishpeming - but because the areas around Marquette are so small, most people choose to live nearby where stores are. If you’re staying away from Marquette, taking US-41 or M-28 will be your quickest route in.

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Local Events

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Every winter, Marquette hosts the UP 200 Sled dog races. The UP 200 is one of the top mid-distance races in the entire Midwest, it is also an Iditarod qualifier. This trail covers 240 miles of land, from Marquette to Grand Marias, and back again. There are also many other winter events that happen in and around Marquette each year.


We Have 5 Northern Michigan University Apartment Listings

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thumbnail 1 Bed $575 2097 Van Evera, Marquette, MI June 29th
thumbnail 1 Bed $535 1000 W Ridge, Marquette, MI June 29th
thumbnail 4 Bed $1,850 1.5 miles from Northern Michigan University June 13th
thumbnail 2 Bed $870 2822 Cedarville, Marquette, MI June 29th
thumbnail 2 Bed $800 3125 Wright, Marquette, MI June 29th
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