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We're Moving!

New Central Campus location coming May 2018

Due to the upcoming Michigan Union Renovation Project, our flagship store will temporarily relocate to Shapiro Undergraduate Library this spring. Our final day at the Michigan Union will be Commencement Saturday, April 28, 2018.

Computer Showcase Shapiro location

Computer Showcase Shapiro location

Man putting up walls

Furniture in the new space

New Location

Shapiro Undergraduate Library, First Floor
919 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1185

We're very excited about our new Central Campus home, which will offer the same hands-on shopping experience and on-site technical consulting as our current location. Our showroom will share a dynamic open floor plan with a re-configured campus computing site, study spaces, and the Shapiro Design Lab.

Track Our Progress

April 25

We're gearing up to wrap operations at the Michigan Union on Saturday. Our Central Campus location will be closed during the move, and we will reopen in Shapiro Library late next week. The Pierpont Commons location will remain open during regular business hours for all your shopping and tech support needs.

Shipping and departmental delivery services will be suspended April 29-May 3. Orders placed after 11 a.m. on Friday, April 27 will be placed in a queue and fulfilled in the order received when these services resume on Friday, May 4. If placing an online order for in-store pickup during our move, please note that the Pierpont Commons store will be open; however, orders requesting pick up on Central Campus will be delayed until the Shapiro location opens.

If you need Tech Consulting services on Central Campus during our move, you can also visit the Angell Hall Campus Computing Site (Fishbowl). The Tech Point vending machine is also available at that location for purchases of accessory items like earbuds, chargers, adapters, batteries and more.

April 6

The new, improved Campus Computing Site re-opened after Spring Break. Carpet installation, electrical work, and painting is complete, and the space is nearly ready for us to start moving in—including our new staff workroom!

We're finalizing plans for the sales floor and evaluating inventory to identify opportunities to offer some exciting new products, including a line of gaming accessories.

February 23

Work has begun in our new space! During Spring Break, the Shapiro 1000 Campus Computing Site will be closed for renovation. Computing sites in Shapiro rooms 2000, 3000, and 4041 will remain open; The Angell Hall “Fishbowl” computing site is also a nearby alternative.

The site is scheduled to reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday, March 5 with new carpet, height-adjustable desks, and 8 additional workstations.