Published January 4, 2016
The new Trotter Multicultural Center will be built on South State Street in the heart of central campus
Student Life offers you many ways to find connection, community, learning, social justice, and space to support a diverse campus community.
The Dean of Students Office (DOS) is a central place for students, parents, faculty, and staff to seek assistance in navigating the complex issues of campus life. The critical incident response and student support case management team provide direct support to students experiencing any concern that is impacting their Michigan experience, including academic, financial, or physical/mental health concerns as well as crisis/emergency situations, basic needs, and off-campus housing issues.
Student Life’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides confidential mental health services for currently enrolled U-M students in an atmosphere that is welcoming, comfortable, accessible, and multiculturally sensitive. Support options range from in-person to virtual and include 24/7 crisis support via CAPS After Hours.