Do not miss out on a calendar of events centering and celebrating Arab history, culture, food, dance performances, poetry, art, and, most importantly, a campus-wide celebration of Arab diaspora in the U.S. The theme for this year's Arab Heritage Month is "Yallah N3eesh: Sustaining the Arab Diaspora in the U.S." "Yallah N3eesh" means "let live" in Arabic and is a song by famous singer Um Khaltoum (pictured on the bottom left of the calendar).
A look back at the amazing progress our university has made during Mary Sue Coleman's 12 years as president.
A thank you reception was hosted in the Michigan Union on March 14th, 2014. Coleman will step down from the University’s helm after 12 years in the role. University President-elect Mark Schlissel, the provost of Brown University, will become the University’s 14th president in July.
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.
Allegations of student sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, are taken seriously by the University of Michigan. We are proud of the UM Policy on Sexual Misconduct by Students, which was developed with significant input from our students.
Vice President for Student Life Royster Harper and President Mary Sue Coleman sat down with 35 students for the February Fireside Chat.
The Fireside Chats are monthly conversations President Coleman and Vice President Harper host for students to ask questions and share aspects about their Michigan Experience.
Students may experience unusual, unforeseen expenses while in school. The University offers several types of assistance for students in such special circumstances.
Last chance to apply for our Spring Break Immersions in Chicago on March 3rd & 4th!
For students that will be in Ann Arbor or Chicago over Spring Break, please consider applying for an Immersion with the Career Center for the chance to visit some top-notch companies, learn more about an industry, meet employers, and talk with recent UM alumni.
Make your voice heard about campus recreation facility renovations. Attend Student Town Halls on Wednesday Feb 19th @ 7 pm in the Pierpont Commons, Commons Cafe or Thrusday, Feb 20th @7 pm in Angell Hall Room G127. Rec Sports Intercept Surveys will be available Thursday, Feb. 20th, noon -1pm at the CCRB, IMSB,NCRB.