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.
The Program on Intergroup Relations is seeking a new Student Experience Team (SET) Program, Coordinator
The SET Program Coordinator position is the perfect role for a recent graduate who has a passion for social justice, and strengths in building community, developing initiatives and programs, and creatively connecting with students to gather their perspectives.
The Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR) is excited to be searching for a new Program Manager of Adaptable Conflict Resolution (ACR) and invites you to participate.
Fundraising is critical for student organizations to function at their best. Most likely your organization needs to fundraise next year, and the Student Philanthropy team wants to help.
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.
Need to get rid of unwanted medications?
You can dispose of medications any time that University Health Service is open, through the MedSafe take-back program.
This opportunity is available to all members of the campus community.
For details see Safe Medication Disposal.
Does your student group plan or engage in charitable projects? If so, they may be eligible for a $700 Forever Go Blue grant! Applications are due on Friday, April 20th.
With final's coming up, who has time to cook?
Stop by Finals Survival Breakfast To-Go on North Campus in the Pierpont Commons Atrium between 8AM-2PM on Wednesday, April 18, for a FREE breakfast!
Then, later that night, stop by Finals Survival Breakfast in the Michigan Union between 10PM-1AM for another FREE breakfast for dinner!
Still looking for more food? Then check out MDining's Late Night Breakfast in EVERY campus dining hall from 10PM-11:30 PM on Tuesday, April 17!
Spectrum Center is piloting a new mentorship program called Mentorship and Professional/Personal Support (MaPPS). This program intentionally connects LGBTQ students to LGBTQ staff/faculty members who may share similar identities and/or goals.