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H.A.I.L. (Honoring Attendance, Involvement and Loyalty) is a free program for all currently enrolled University of Michigan students. The program is designed to reward students for attending Michigan Athletics events. Earn points for every event you attend and collect rewards as you hit point thresholds. To get started simply download the free mobile app on your iPhone or Android device.

You MUST fill out your profile completely including UMID to be eligible for rewards.


What's New

Ticket Community:
Buy, Sell, and Transfer Michigan Football, Men's Basketball, and Hockey tickets right from your phone! This feature allows students to post unused tickets, search for tickets by events, and chat about making transfers all from their H.A.I.L. app.

Make sure to turn on your phone's Bluetooth or you could miss out on location based rewards! The new incorporation of iBeacons into the H.A.I.L. program will allow students to receive special single-game rewards based on your activity within different venues.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be a U-M student to participate?
Yes. In order to be eligible for rewards all participants must fully complete their H.A.I.L. mobile app account profile with a valid UMID number.

Do I have to have a smart phone in order to participate?
No. At every home Michigan Athletics event there will be a H.A.I.L check-in station equipped with iPads that any student can use to "check-in" and earn points.

I don't get service at Michigan Stadium. How can I get my points for attending football games?
All football attendance points will be awarded based on ticket scans. All you have to do is scan your ticket at the gate when you enter Michigan Stadium and your points will automatically be added to your account the following week.

How do I "check-in" to events?
Open the H.A.I.L. mobile app, choose the event you're attending and tap "Check in to this Event" OR visit the H.A.I.L. station and follow the same steps on one of Michigan Athletics provided iPads.