The Rackham Student Government represents graduate students in the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies. RSG works to improve the graduate student experience at U-M through extracurricular engagement, community service, and multi-level advocacy.
Find Well-being Resources
Campus resources are often available virtually. Please visit the unit's website directly to learn about their virtual services.
For a short list of well-being resources, see Resources for Student Well-being.
To connect with student organizations, check out Maize Pages.
Below you can search by goals, dimensions of well-being, or by search terms.
LSA Student Government works to lobby on behalf of, improve the quality of life, protect the rights, and represent the voice of the LSA student body.
This resource provides a step-by-step process to finding mental health care providers outside of CAPS, and is available to students with and without health insurance. Explore the Community Provider Database to find an Ann Arbor provider that is a good fit for you.
A resource for all, CEW+ provides career and education counseling, scholarships, and emergency grants.
Treats anxiety, depression, bipolar, and other disorders, conducts research, provides support groups, and education about depressionand other mood disorders. Treatment is provided in partnership with U-M Department of Psychiatry.
Free and confidential U-M and community resources for individuals who have been sexually assaulted.
Looking for a fun activity? Check out the museums’ awesome exhibits where students and the community can come together to view great art, encounter ancient species, or stroll through beautiful landscapes!
Provides opportunities for students to get involved in sustainability, including the Planet Blue Ambassador Program, sustainability-related student groups, and project funding.
You can dispose of unused and unwanted medications at UHS with the MedSafe take-back program. Safe medication disposal protects people from drug abuse and overdose, plus protects our precious waterways.
Make connections with the campus community while improving your emotional and mental well-being. This is a student organization that provides peer facilitated groups and bi-weekly community events.