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Emotional and mental


An online, self-guided, interactive mental health resource, available through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).


Silver Cloud provides cognitive behavioral interventions which may be effective for students with mild to moderate symptoms to:


  • Help manage day-to-day stresses and anxiety
  • Improve resilience
  • Learn skills to understand thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
  • Reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety


Provides education, outreach, advocacy, and support services for LGBTQ+ students. Spectrum Center also offers free, anonymous, rapid testing for HIV, Chlamydia, and Gonorrhea on Mondays 6-8 PM.

This toolkit has been created for staff, students and faculty and brings together the vast number of well-being tools that are available across Student Life. You’ll find a variety of interactive, customizable and adaptable tools that promote a holistic and inclusive understanding of well-being. Browse it by category, or if you are looking for a specific topic you can also search by tag. Feel free to use these tools for mentoring or advising, in classes or trainings—however you think they will benefit the community.

Trotter Multicultural Center is the University of Michigan’s multicultural center located on Central Campus. Through collaborative programming and our facility, we strive to create a supportive space of learning and mutual understanding within and across cultures. Resources include signature programs, meeting and lounge space, and onsite student support services. Programs are virtual for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit here for more information, including a list of our programming and hours of operation. 

UMix is back! Enjoy a series of fun, late-night activities for all U-M students. Follow the Center for Campus Involvement on FB & Twitter for the most up-to-date information on UMix and all our programs! 


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