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.
CAPS Wellness Zone offers many wellness resources to help students rest, relax and manage stress.
Resources include massage chairs, yoga and meditation tools, seasonal affective disorder light therapy and more.
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.
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.
In an effort to explore this critical part of identity, the U-M interfaith program is excited to share Interfaith America: a video series highlighting the critical role religious, spiritual and secular (RSS) identity plays in the lives of Michigan students.
Guided by three units within Student Life: Center for Campus Involvement, Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning, and Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs, M-LEAD works to align existing and emerging leadership education efforts across Student Life departments and offer strategic advancements to strengthen the presence and access for students to leadership opportunities.
A list of mindfulness resources compiled by UHS.
Need some peace and quiet? Reflection rooms provide space for individual meditation or prayer and quiet reflection.