Links to units, programs, and services across Student Life.
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Private financial support helps ensure that Student Life is capable of continuing its work shaping leaders and fostering the development of the whole student. Through our programs, services, facilities and partnerships, we facilitate student transformation and enrich the education of every student, every day.
Provide advice to the Vice President on pressing student issues. (Application due 3/23/2016)
Whether you will be leaving campus or staying in Ann Arbor, here are some tips to help you prepare for a safe winter break.
Student Life encompasses enough programs and services that this cascading org chart is five pages long, be sure to scroll through!
Please join the U-M’s new campus-wide initiative, the Inclusive Language Campaign (ILC). ILC aims to encourage the campus community to consider the impact of their word choices on others. The ILC raises awareness about the power of words, why certain language can be hurtful to others, and how to be more inclusive in how we speak and act as members of the Michigan campus community. The ILC is part of the campus-wide Expect Respect Campaign.
Pendleton Room on the second floor of the Union, Monday, September 15th from 10am-3pm.
With the goals of Integrative Learning, Intercultural Maturity, Resources, Organizational Culture, and Facilities Planning and Utilization, Student Life seeks to make a positive impact on the lives of U-M students.
Cross Cultural Programming Award: This award is presented to individuals or group(s) which improved the campus climate by working together to present a program or programs of lasting impact that increases the campus community understanding of different cultures and that provides opportunities for cross cultural exchanges.
Whether students are leaving Ann Arbor during the Thanksgiving recess, or staying here, Student Life offers some information that may be helpful to you.
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 Life 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.
Your guide to ensuring a safe living, learning, and working environment for all members and guests of our campus community.
Student Life is committed to student learning and the development of the whole student in a diverse campus community. Through our programs, services, facilities and partnerships, we facilitate students' transformation and enrich their education.
LeaderShape® is a leadership development program that is free for all U-M students. A wonderful opportunity for student leaders of all ages, the University of Michigan offers two sessions of the LeaderShape® Institute each year.
In 2006, Paul and Amy Blavin endowed a University of Michigan scholarship benefitting students from foster care in the state of Michigan admitted to the University. The Blavins' dedication to students from foster care extends beyond Michigan to their home state of Arizona where they support a similar scholarship.
Every Wolverine has a unique story, why not share yours? We'd love to hear about what led you to U of M, what your first year experience was like, your summer internship, life in the dorms, your student organization(s), or advice to incoming students.
The M+Google team is looking for U-M students to serve as Google Guides during U-M's Google transition. Interested in providing informal peer support for the Google platform? Apply today!