Student Life

Be Aware, Be Safe

Recently, several serious assaults have been reported near the U-M campus.

The Department of Public Safety is working with the Ann Arbor Police as they investigate each of these off-campus incidents. Both agencies are increasing uniformed police patrols of these areas on and near central campus to increase visibility and ward off additional incidents.

Safety written on the pavement


CAPS Opens Wellness Zone

 

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) is proud to announce the opening of our new student centered mental health wellness effort -- called the Wellness Zone.



Alice Lloyd Hall Renovation is Next in Residential Life Initiatives

“The renovation of Alice Lloyd Hall will be an important milestone in our planning and commitments to improve the residential experience at U-M,” said Vice President for Student Affairs E. Royster Harper. “Innovative uses of new community spaces will include ideas from students, faculty and staff, with the purpose of making campus living an ongoing learning and growing experience for students.”

photo of a bunk bed in the dorm


Peers Support Wellness and Healthy Living

PULSE (Peers Utilizing Leadership Skills for Education) is student organization sponsored by University Health Service. PULSE members inform fellow students about the vast resources available on campus that are designed to help them reach their full potential

students are dining

Tuitionomics

A short movie about going to school at the University of Michigan and the various tuition help available.


Helping a Friend

Do something… with UM college student mental health by viewing the Counseling & Psychological Services Student Advisory Board’s (CAPS SAB) new video “How to Help a Friend”. This video is one in a series of videos found on the CAPS website: http://www.umich.edu/~caps/videos.html


Blavin Scholarship Benefits Students from Foster Care

In 2006, Paul and Amy Blavin endowed a University of Michigan scholarship benefitting students from foster care in the state of Michigan admitted to the University. The Blavins' dedication to students from foster care extends beyond Michigan to their home state of Arizona where they support a similar scholarship.

Paul and Amy Blavin

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