U-M Senior Alyssa Gorenberg has been a lifeguard with Recreational Sports for four years.
Being able to communicate well with faculty, staff, and other students can help your student to eliminate conflict, succeed academically, and develop life-long leadership skills.
Making connections early on is key to obtaining your student's dream job or internship.
With school already in full swing, this overview of fall semester will help keep you informed.
It takes a village to prevent alcohol-related harm in college. Beginning this fall, Student Life will use a new strategy for communicating with parents when first-year students experience certain consequences of drinking.
Student Life is the part of the university that supports every aspect of your students' lives on campus. That means we're also here for them during the challenging times.
So your student is considering joining a sorority or fraternity - what do you need to know?
Many parents just want their kids to be happy and get good grades. So what can you do when they're unhappy?
Send a smile and support to your student by using the University Unions' care package service.