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.
This is a central website for information about living, learning, and working together safely. It is updated regularly with current guidance for navigating the COVID-19 pandemic.
Listen to the Michigan Minds Podcast
Recognizing that emotional and physical well-being is not a one-size-fits-all option can lead to better overall wellness. To find success in well-being, individuals must learn what works for them. In this episode of Michigan Minds, Wolverine Wellness Health Educators discuss the importance of well-being and their ALA 240: Living Well in College and Beyond course.
Coping and Practicing Resilience
Concerns about public health issues have brought rapid changes. And change can bring stress, anxiety and fear. Here are tips for U-M students to help cope with stress and practice resilience.
When things feel overwhelming, making a plan and adjusting your studying may help you feel even a little sense of control.
Uwill is a new addition to CAPS services that provides students with video, phone, chat, and message sessions with licensed mental health professionals at no cost. This additional counseling option offers students greater flexibility and allows CAPS to expand its service capacity.
The Maize and Blue Cupboard provides food, personal and household supplies, as well as support.
UHS is here for you, virtually or in person. Virtual services have recently expanded, making access to care easier than ever. In-person appointments are also available for a variety of services.
University Career Center Resources for Students
Access the University Career Center services online and learn about other online resources.