Have you had a chance yet to chat with the President of the University of Michigan? Once a month during most of Fall and Winter Terms, President Mark Schlissel and Vice President for Student Life E. Royster Harper invite interested students to a Fireside Chat. It’s a special opportunity for students to join a candid conversation with the university’s leadership, on the topics that are important to you.
Looking for some assistance in your courses, or just a productive space to get work done? These daily study tables are hosted by the Leaders and Best Program in the Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives (OAMI).
OAMI mentors (Academic Success Partners) are available for tutoring help! Study Tables are free and will cover various subjects.
Wondering where to live, how much it will cost, or who to live with? Considering moving off-campus for the summer or fall? Do you have any questions about sublease agreements?
Planning to be a Wolverine abroad? Travel smart by registering your plans in advance and securing international health insurance.
Want to be a better listener? Need some leadership experience? Want to boost your resume? Attend facilitation training! Online registration is open until February 8. Learn how to facilitate: meetings, group discssions and workshops.
Have you had a chance yet to chat with the President of the University of Michigan?
Come hear U-M students, faculty, and staff talk about how they use conflict as an opportunity for restorative justice. One of the many events of MLK Day 2016.
The University of Michigan is undertaking a campus-wide Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Planning Initiative. Help create th vision and contribute to the future by providing ideas and offering solutions.
January 12, 2016 | 8-9:30 pm
Angel Hall, Auditorium B
January 13, 2016 | 7-8:30 pm
Pierpont Commons, East Room
January 16, 2016 | 2-2:30 pm
Michigan Union, Kuenzel Room
The new Trotter Multicultural Center will be built on South State Street in the heart of central campus