Learn ways to stay organized, make the most of video lectures, and stay connected to other people during COVID-19.
A list of alcohol and other drug resources compiled by UHS.
Provides a connection with alumni and professional development. Check out Welcome Wednesdays for free bagels, coffee, tea, and hot cocoa!
200 Fletcher St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109
A list of apps for mental health and stress relief compiled by UHS.
Discover apps here and download from your app store.
The Basic Needs website provides information about U-M resources to help students access food and other basic needs.
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.
Dean of Students Office
530 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1220
Provides students who have experienced time in foster care with comprehensive support in navigating and maximizing their college experience.
Pierpont Commons Room B420, 2101 Bonisteel Blvd., Ann Arbor, MI 48109
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 are available all fall and winter semesters.
1800 N Dixboro Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48105
The Campus Mind Works website is designed to simplify access to the wide variety of mental health and academic support resources at the University of Michigan, and provide information to help students stay healthy and manage college life. The program also provides free drop-in wellness groups for U-M students for mental health education and support.
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.
- Michigan Union, Suite 4079 at 530 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1308
- Pierpont Commons, Room B460 at 2101 Bonisteel Boulevard, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
- Munger Graduate Residence, at 540 Thompson St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 - for Munger residents
Having trouble sticking to your budget? Get tips on handling your money from the U-M Office of Financial Aid and the nonprofit National Endowment for Financial Education at this free personal finance website.
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Get involved with the community with CCI. They support student organizations, provide leadership opportunities, and host a variety of educational and entertaining events, such as UMix.
Michigan Union Suite 3410 at 530 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1308
By students, for students. CSG works on initiatives with the goal of positively changing campus. CSG provides student organization funding, student leadership opportunities, and various services such as subsidized graduation gowns and low-cost travel to the Detroit Metro Airport through their airBus program.
Michigan Union Suite 3011 at 530 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1308
A resource for all, CEW+ provides career and education counseling, scholarships, and emergency grants.
330 E. Liberty Street., Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Provides a supportive, welcoming community to students who are in recovery from alcohol or other drug problems.
Call Program Manager at 734-763-3933
University Health Service 207 Fletcher St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109
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.
Together, with a diverse CAPS staff who represent multiple social identities including, but not limited to, racial/ethnic, country of origin, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, languages spoken, and age, we can provide consultation, brief individual, couples and group therapy, lunch series, support groups, clinical workshops, urgent/crisis interventions, and assistance with referrals.
Through campus-wide partnerships, CAPS can also help students connect with other U-M resources.
In order to discuss how to best tailor services to address individual needs, students are encouraged to come to the CAPS office the Michigan Union (Suite 4079) or to one of our 13 Embedded sites and schedule an Initial Consultation with a staff member.
Michigan Union, Suite 4079 at 530 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1308
CAPS staff are also embedded within some schools and colleges.
Dive deeper into health and wellness with these options for learning about well-being in a classroom setting.
A welcoming, central place for students to receive support, assistance, and resources for various concerns, challenges, and unmet needs. Programs in the Dean of Students Office also include the Blavin Scholars Program, Expect Respect and the Critical Incident Response Team, and Beyond the Diag. Staff members in the Dean of Students Office can assist you with crisis/emergency situations, off-campus housing challenges, academic difficulties, financial hardship, food insecurity & basic needs, campus climate concerns, concerns for the well-being of self or others, and other difficulties affecting your campus life.
Michigan Union Suite 3100 at 530 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1308
This toolkit was co-created by the Program for Intergroup Relations (IGR) and the Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning. It includes individual and group reflection activities that uncover the nuanced ways we arrive at our political perspectives.
Explore the toolkits here
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.
Rachel Upjohn Building, 4250 Plymouth Rd., SPC 5763, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2700
Provides students with information about campus resources related to DEI.
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. Other services include free training and presentations, a safe exchange zone for the in-person exchange of goods, a lost and found and empowerment self-defense workshops.
1239 Kipke Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
The Ginsberg Center is a civic and community engagement center that supports students and student organizations in creating positive social change. Students can join one of our sponsored Ginsberg Center programs. We also provide advising and project consultation, facilitate training and workshops, and make connections with campus and community partners.
Check out Student Engagement to learn about opportunities.
1024 Hill Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104