Working with Students with Disabilities For Success
"Black and Blue: The Story of Gerald Ford, Willis Ward, and the 1934 Michigan-Georgia Tech Football Game": Documentary Screening
The Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy, the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy and the Center for Public Policy in Diverse Societies will host a screening of the documentary titled Black and Blue: The Story of Gerald Ford, Willis Ward, and the 1934 Michigan-Georgia Tech Football Game, followed by a panel discussion featuring Former Senator Buzz Thomas (grandson of Willis Ward) and Steve Ford (son of President Gerald R. Ford) on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 in conjunction with the Martin Luther King Day events. See UM Events for more details.
TIME: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
LOCATION: Weill Hall
ROOM: Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, Annenberg Auditorium, 735 S. State Street, 1120 Weill Hall, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Prevention & Survivor Support Services
Social Justice Education Within & Beyond the Classroom
Michigan students are invited to open the football season in the Big House for a Go Blue Pep Rally on the field and to watch the first away game September 1st!
Campus & Community Events
Supporting a Diverse Campus
"Get involved, and get involved early! Attend as many campus events as you can, or else you will miss so many things that are unique to Michigan."
Accounting Services for Student Organizations
A club-varsity program in Recreational Sports, the Men’s Rowing team truly represents Michigan as the Leaders and Best. The 2011 team posted a record of 74-4, winning both the Aberdeen Dad Vail and ECAC National Invitational regattas, and lead the entire team to its fourth consecutive American Collegiate Rowing Association (ACRA) Men’s National Championship.
Dear University of Michigan Students:
The 33rd annual Blood Battle against Ohio State is underway! The remaining drives will run until November 26th. Whether you have never donated before or donate every year, we need your help to win again and save more lives!
When someone asks, "What stands out about YOUR U of M experience?" what will you say?
The office of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) supports a variety of resources for students with disabilities in addition to events for the U-M community. Most recently, SSD has set up a link for Dyslexia Help on the SSD website.
On February 5th, University President, Mary Sue Coleman, and Vice President for Student Life, Royster Harper, hosted the 1st Fireside Chat of the Winter 2013 semester.
Here is a transcript of the dialogue between them and the students. They address student concerns and daily life at Michigan and some students ask the President and Vice President about their times at Michigan and abroad.
Topics discussed this month were: better connecting North and Central Campus, undergraduate child care, African American male athlete graduation rates, campus safety, and more.
SAPAC, Student Life's Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center, provides free and confidential crisis intervention, advocacy, and support for survivors. Wondering what you can expect if you contact them?
As the semester comes to a close, Parking and Transportation Services provides this update on late night transportation options.
The University of Michigan's Beyond the Diag Program and University Housing have partnered to host an off-campus housing fair
Wednesday, February 20
Noon to 5 pm
Michigan Union Ballroom, located on the 2nd floor.
All are welcome to attend this event.
The last MFarmers' Market is taking place on Thursday, Oct. 11 at the Michigan Union. Join us in the Courtyard Patio to learn about and enjoy fresh, local and sustainable products available on campus. See the MFarmers' Market web page for a complete list of vegetables that will be at the market.
U-M's Comprehensive Student Health Care Clinic
When students return to campus in the fall, they will see a newly renovated MUG space on the ground floor of the Michigan Union with new and updated food vendors.
University Unions is announcing that locally owned and operated Ahmo’s Mediterranean Grill is coming to the Union, and that Wendy’s and Subway will return with expanded offerings.
Have you had a chance yet to chat with the President of the University of Michigan? Once a month during most of Fall and Winter Terms, President Mark Schlissel and Vice President for Student Life E. Royster Harper invite interested students to a Fireside Chat. It’s a special opportunity for students to join a candid conversation with the university’s leadership, on the topics that are important to you.
You just got back from study abroad and it was TOTALLY AWESOME! How do you tell recruiters and graduate schools about it?
Tamara Williams was a University of Michigan student and Family Housing resident when she was killed by her boyfriend in 1997. The annual lecture is meant to commemorate her life, raise awareness of domestic and dating violence, and increase interest in their prevention.
“The renovation of Alice Lloyd Hall will be an important milestone in our planning and commitments to improve the residential experience at U-M,” said Vice President for Student Affairs E. Royster Harper. “Innovative uses of new community spaces will include ideas from students, faculty and staff, with the purpose of making campus living an ongoing learning and growing experience for students.”
Facilitating a Socially Just Campus Community
Wolverine Wellness will be moving this summer:
- From May through mid-August, in the Central Campus Recreation Building (CCRB)
- Starting mid-August, in a new permanent location on the ground floor of University Health Service.
Student Life wants to hear from you, what's the best possible location for a new Trotter Multicultural Center?
International café and bakery restaurant Au Bon Pain is now open in the Michigan Union!
University Unions is proud to partner with a quality brand that offers a fresh, healthy, and varied menu.
U-M Planet Blue Guiding Principle
We will pursue stakeholder engagement, education, and evaluation strategies toward a campus-wide ethic of sustainability.
Searching for a job or internship is stressful for most students. So what's different when you also have a disability? Come find out more 11/6/2015.
On September 11th, over 700 participants attended the 17th annual “Taste of Culture” Welcome Week event to learn about all that Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs and the Trotter Multicultural Center have to offer! Hispanic Heritage Month 2011 started off with a fun & festive Kickoff with the band Grupo Alexis who had everyone up and dancing.
Free tickets for first- or second-year undergraduate students to a UMS performance this season, courtesy of Bert Askwith, a 103-year-old U-M alumnus!
Learn more here: http://ums.org/tickets/students/#berts-tickets
Annual Report Showcases Growers, Gardening and Good Deeds
While spring is abloom, the University is wrapping up a successful season of accomplishment around sustainable food. The term’s achievements are summed up in this 2014-2015 Annual Report by the University of Michigan Sustainable Food Program.
"Honestly, I don’t think any one student is the 'Michigan Difference'. I think the U of M community as a whole embodies this idea through their diverse talents and wide range of knowledge and experiences that they bring to the table in everything they do."