Student Life’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides confidential mental health services for currently enrolled U-M undergraduate and graduate students in an atmosphere that is welcoming, comfortable, and multi-culturally sensitive. If you’re wondering which CAPS services might be right for you, check out the videos and other details describing students’ options.
Connecting Students to the Workplace
Students may experience unusual, unforeseen expenses while in school. The University offers several types of assistance for students in such special circumstances.
Conversation Circles are a volunteer program sponsored by the English Language Institute (ELI) which was started more than thirty years ago to promote intercultural exchange and to provide international students and scholars at U-M with opportunities to practice English in an informal, casual setting. In each Conversation Circle, a small group of non-native speakers of English (up to 6 people) are paired with a native-English-speaking volunteer for a weekly hour-long conversation.
Student Life needs your input! Are you opinionated about Student Life issues? Interested in forming meaningful relationships with faculty and staff? Want to make a real impact at the University? Joining one of the many student advisory boards on campus is a great way to enhance your University experience.
There are approximately 20 student advisory groups within Student Life that cover a variety of topics. And they all want to hear from you! From the Career Center to the Spectrum Center, from the Center for Campus Involvement to Counseling & Psychological Services, you're sure to find something to suit your interests.