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Well-being Now

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Well-being is a life-long journey.

To help guide that journey, the University of Michigan is building a culture of well-being, where you can embrace the concept that success in life goes beyond the classroom and careers.

Relevant & Timely Information

Here are helpful resources for the U-M community.

The U-M Campus Maize and BluePrint is a central website for information about living, learning and working together safely. 
This site is updated regularly with new FAQs, information about taking care and more. 

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Coping and Practicing Resilience: Tips for U-M Students 
Concerns about COVID-19 have brought rapid changes, and change can bring stress, anxiety and fear. Here are tips for coping and practicing resilience. 

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Adjusting Your Study Habits

Things may feel out-of-control right now. Making a plan and adjusting your studying may help you feel even a little sense of control.

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CAPS Services Regarding COVID-19

Due to the COVID 19 national pandemic, CAPS has made adjustments to services based on recommendations from UM and the CDC to support the physical safety of our community. 

 

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University Career Center Resources for Students
Access the University Career Center services online and learn about other online resources.

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Maize and Blue Cupboard is Open

The MBC provides food, personal and household supplies, as well as support.

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Virtual Services Now Available from UHS

UHS is here for you. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, UHS remains open to serve you, and as always, our primary concern is your safety and well-being.