In this Michigan Online non-academic course, you’ll learn how science, philosophy and practice all play a role in both finding your purpose and living a purposeful life. You will hear from historical figures and individuals about their journeys to finding and a life of meaning by walking through different exercises that will help you find your own purpose and what matters to you the most.
Michigan Online provides students with free access to over 220 learning experiences all created by U-M faculty and partners. U-M students, faculty, and staff can sign up anytime for free access to Michigan+, Coursera’s growing catalog of more than 3,700 Guided Projects, courses, Specializations and Professional Certificates from university and industry partners all over the world.
Learn ways to stay organized, make the most of video lectures, and stay connected to other people during COVID-19.
A list of alcohol and other drug resources compiled by UHS.
A list of apps for mental health and stress relief compiled by UHS.
Beyond the Diag is U-M's off-campus housing program situated in the Dean of Students Office (DOS). The core work of Beyond the Diag includes off-campus housing search resources, off-campus student assistance for landlord or roommate concerns, and outreach and education from our Neighborhood Ambassador team. Look out for Beyond the Diag's monthly e-newsletter highlighting safety resources, renting guidelines, campus and community information.
Having trouble sticking to your budget? Get tips on handling your money from the U-M Office of Financial Aid and the nonprofit National Endowment for Financial Education at this free personal finance website.
Feeling off-balance? If so, you’re not alone. Concerns about COVID-19 have brought rapid changes, which can bring stress, anxiety & fear. Here are tips for coping & practicing resilience.
In this “Teach-Out” through Michigan Online, you will learn how to navigate the digital information landscape, identify fake news, and gain critical skills in media and information literacy.
The "Teach-Out" is an non-academic Michigan Online course about how you can overcome divisiveness, get beyond division, and work together. To that end, we present the Common Ground Framework for moving beyond partisanship and getting past polarization. Join the conversation and learn how to find a common ground, where it exists, and how to build one where it is needed.