Join us on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 in the Vandenburg Room of the Michigan League at 6:30 pm to watch a free screening of the movie "Her."
With nearly 43,000 students on campus, U-M’s size can sometimes be intimidating – but have no fear! Students can transform this anxiety into comfort by becoming involved with student organizations, departments, and initiatives.
Go North! Fest, with a focus on North Campus involvement will be held on Thursday, Sept. 12, 1pm-5pm. See the fun Squirrel video put together by University Unions.
Are you looking for ways to get involved this summer? Volunteering at Spectrum can be one of them! Build your résumé through gaining experience in an office setting and help stay connected with Spectrum during these sunny, summer days. We’re seeking friendly, excited volunteers to help with a variety of support tasks. Sign up today!
CAPS offers a number of undergraduate and graduate groups, which meet on the 3rd floor of the Michigan Union. Groups are free for U of M students.
Take a look at this introductory video to learn more about CAPS approach and the benefits of participating in our extensive offerings of groups and clinical workshops.
With over 150 student organizations and departments at this year's Northfest, you're bound to discover organizations that inspire you to get involved. Join us, Tuesday, Sept. 11, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM on the North Campus Diag. Find out more on the Go North! website.
- Hazing Prevention Week kickeded off on October 3 with speaker Mindy Sopher.
- Friday, October 5, 2012 the Hazing Prevention Week Committee will be on the Diag.
- An IFC Round Table discussion is planned for Wednesday, October 10 in the Michigan Union Pendleton Room.
Postings now open! Apply on the Career Center Connector by:
1. submitting your resume
2. filling out the google form that is a link on the posting page
Learn more about the Immersions on the C3 postings!
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduation is both an exciting and stressful time for any student. It involves saying goodbye to a way of life and a familiar place. Graduation may also be saying hello to new exciting possibilities, moving to a new location, new friends, or a challenging graduate/professional program. It might be helpful to view this significant transition as an earned rite of passage into a new phase of adulthood.
It's YOUR Library. Come learn about it today, September 10, from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., on the second floor of the Graduate Library in the Clark Library. Meet your librarians, learn about our amazing collections, and find out about how we can help you with your teaching and research needs. And don't forget to enter in the raffle! Learn more on the MLibrary Website.
When there are strong feelings on an issue, some students have told us they feel targeted for their religious or cultural identities or for their involvement in this issue.
- Stimulate intra-group and inter-group development;
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center is expanding its advocacy and crisis-support services to clients by launching Advocate Chat, an online, real-time communication tool that allows U-M students, staff, and faculty to contact trained advocates via the Internet.
Next session on October 8th from 12:00pm – 1:30pm in the CSG Chambers (3rd floor, Michigan Union).
Join us for discussions that address the unique needs and experiences of men of color at the University of Michigan in a safe, open space. All sessions include free lunch and are open to students, faculty, and staff.
Thinking about starting a new student organization on campus, but don’t know how? Join the Center for Campus Involvement at our New Student Organization Training Sessions!
These sessions are specifically geared towards helping students create a new organization and get you registered on Maize Pages. If you are interested in attending a session, please visit us at this website.
University President Mark Schlissel announced in a release last week that the University plans to review its sustainability goals.
To be the model public university — and to be a responsible leader in the communities we serve — we must achieve our full potential in sustainability...
On Thursday, April 11, 2019, the U-M community is invited to celebrate the Trotter Multicultural Center opening in a new location at 428 S. State Street. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house to learn more about the center will begin at 11 am.
When many people think about IGR, they immediately think about social justice. While it is true that IGR provokes us to think about social justice both on and off campus, I feel IGR provides so much beyond just understanding social justice. For example, when I talk with students, they tell me about all the skills and tools that they have gained and can use throughout their careers and lives.
Stop in anytime in North Quad's Room 2435 between 10AM and 4PM on Wednesday, December 11th to take a study break, have a snack (relax!) and give back by contributing to the creation of a CD of classic Nursery Rhymes for families with newborn children.
U-M offers a low-cost, comprehensive, voluntary health insurance plan for the students on our campuses through Aetna Student Health. The annual premium for an individual student during the 2018-19 plan year is only $2084.
Registration for the 2015-2016 school year is now open. All student organizations are required to re-register their student organization by September 30, 2015.
Notice: Please complete all university business, including but not limited to requests for reimbursements, prior to re-registering your student organization for the 2015-2016 school year.
You may have seen UHS, but you've never seen it like this!
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Treats, crafts, prizes, photo booth, wound care, and more.
Dare to wear a costume (you might want to keep in mind that flu shots are given in the upper arm muscle)
The U-M College of Pharmacy, Yellow Jug Old Drugs Program, and Village Apothecary Pharmacy present
2015 Safe Medication Disposal Event
This time of year can be a difficult time to manage everything that is going on. It IS possible, with some work on your part and some creative use of available resources, to manage in a healthy way. Below are some themes, with resources, to help identify helpful things for you.
The University of Michigan launches the New Student Sexual Misconduct Policy just in time for the start of a new academic year for its students. While new and old Michigan Wolverines are getting prepared for classes, we should also take a second to appreciate the dedicated individuals who put their time and energy to putting forth this new policy. Although there are still changes that need to be made, the changes that have been recently published is a great start to making a difference on our campus!
Join the Office of Student Conflict Resolution any time from 10:00 AM -3:00 PM on Thursday, October 20, 2016, in the Michigan Union Sophia B. Jones Room.
Enjoy light refreshments, discover your conflict style, make a talking "peace" and share your thoughts with us on conflict and peacebuilding!
Student organizations can now apply for office space in the Michigan Union, Michigan League, Pierpont Commons, and Trotter Multicultural Center to have space from fall 2015 through winter 2017. Space applications are reviewed by the student-led Office Space Allocation Committee (OSAC).
Office space applications are available now!
5 - 7:30 p.m.
Who are some of the people you love? Mom? Dad? Siblings? Friends? Partners? Far too often we get into conflicts with people that we care about dearly. How can you get your point across without hurting their feelings? How can you stop and take the time to really try to understand where they are coming from?
Next session on October 10th from 11:30am – 1:00pm in the CSG Chambers (3rd floor, Michigan Union).
Join us for discussions that address the unique needs and experiences of women of color at the University of Michigan in a safe, open space. All sessions include free lunch and are open to students, faculty, and staff.
For students unable to participate in the roundtables last week, who still want to share your feedback and participate in this incredibly important community review process. As promised, U-M has just launched a survey to capture community feedback. Fill out the survey now!
UMix presents: Nightmare on State Street! Do you dare attend? The Conjuring is this week's feature presentation and it will begin promptly at 10:30! Other festivities include a Haunted Union Tour, Magician, Psychics, Wax hands, Pumpkin Painting, Pumpkin Bowling, UMove Fitness and as always a free midnight buffet. Guests are bound to have a spooktakular time!
The deadline to register your student organization without losing access to your SOAS is September 30th (Monday)! You don't want to lose your booked space, access to your SOAS account, Diag space and many more benefits as it relates to your registration. Go to Maize Pages now to register!
As students, faculty, and staff kick off the new academic year, the Office of Student Life reminds the campus community that services previously located in the Michigan Union are fully functioning in temporary locations.
On Friday, January 8th Royster Harper, the V.P. for Student Life, took to twitter to discuss “Creating Community at Michigan.” Many important topics were raised in the hour long conversation, and is available to view on Storify.
Regardless of cultural and language differences, people share similar appreciation for friendship, trust, understanding and respect. So it was with no lack of confidence that Elizabeth "Beanie" Zollweg traveled from Ann Arbor to Tokyo to lead a Japanese translation of the Challenge Program.
The LeaderShape Institute is a six-day immersive leadership development experience, focused on helping students think deeply about their values and passions, understand the power of community and connection, and develop visions for social change.
Join us for a free catered lunch and discussions that address the unique needs and experiences of women of color at the University of Michigan in a safe, open space.