Student Life

Students Making the Michigan Difference: Josh Greenfield

"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."

Josh Greenfield

U-M Hosts MLK Symposium

U-M celebrates the 25th Annual MLK Symposium with a series of events that honor the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr..  From  lectures to choir performances, the U-M community pays tribute to Dr. King's remarkable work through academic, social, and cultural events held January 11-26, 2012.

I have a dream

Information for Winter Break

Whether you will be leaving campus or staying in Ann Arbor, here are some tips to help you prepare for a safe winter break.

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Allies for Disability Awareness

A student group, Allies for Disability Awareness, is leading a forum to connect students with disabilities and their allies. Plan to join them on Thursday, December 8th.

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The New MQuest Has Launched

Join the MQuest Adventure and find the Golden M hidden somewhere on Campus! This unique event launched Sunday and clues will be given daily through Friday. To get involved follow on Twitter @UMInvolvement.



Fireside Chat with President Coleman and Vice President Harper - November 2, 2011

Every month or so, a small, random selection of students from both the undergrad and graduate schools are invited to meet with President Mary Sue Coleman and Vice President for Student Life Royster Harper.  The purpose of these Fireside Chats is so that students can meet the figures in an informal setting and voice any thoughts or concerns they might have about the University and its many programs and initiatives.

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Fireside Chat with President Coleman and Vice President Harper - October 10, 2011

Every month or so, a small, random selection of students from both the undergrad and graduate schools are invited to meet with President Mary Sue Coleman and Vice President for Student Affairs Royster Harper.  The purpose of these Fireside Chats is so that students can meet the figures in an informal setting and voice any thoughts or concerns they might have about the University and its many programs and initiatives. 

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