Another great way for students to enhance their experience at U-M is to get involved with one of the many student advisory boards on campus.
There are approximately 20 advisory groups within Student Affairs that cover a variety of topics. By working alongside staff and faculty, students can provide valuable perspective that will help make the services and facilities better. It is a great opportunity for students and looks great on their resumes.
Here's a list of the current advisory committees and contacts for more information.