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.
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.
A hands-on sustainable, organic farming experience that provides leadership development, education, and research opportunities. Located at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens, this student managed farm partners with MDining to bring food grown by students for students to campus dining and retail locations. In addition, the farm collaboratively manages the Maize and Blue Cupboard, Garden at the Ginsberg Center, and the East Quad Garden. All produce from these gardens goes to the cupboard for distribution to those in need. Weekly volunteer and student engagement opportunities ar
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides student-focused mental health services to currently enrolled U-M undergraduate and graduate students.
Dive deeper into health and wellness with these options for learning about well-being in an academic course.
A welcoming, central place for students to receive support, assistance, and resources for various concerns, challenges, and unmet needs.
The Division of Public Safety and Security works to keep the leaders and best safe by providing police and security services at U-M. You can contact us 24/7 to report an emergency, crime, or safety concern.
Finding parking can be a drag. Check out this website for information and options for alternative transportation and parking.
Wander through eleven outdoor garden spaces, take a walk along nearly three miles of trails and natural areas, or visit the year-round indoor conservatory filled with plants from around the world.
The Michigan Engineering C.A.R.E. Center is the central hub to assist engineering students in successfully transitioning through a variety of challenging circumstances, both inside and outside of the classroom.