Because learning and growth occurs in and out of the classroom, our role is to support your student’s development and well-being – academically, socially and personally.
Recreational Sports and the University Health Service both celebrate 100-year anniversaries in 2013, a century-long legacy of keeping Michigan students healthy and active. Just as with previous generations, parents can rest easy knowing that your students have access to health and wellness services and programs at U-M.
Last edition, we asked - what have you learned since your student came to Michigan? Enjoy these responses from other Michigan parents.
How do you deal with conflict? How does your student? Read on for resources to help you help your student with all sorts of conflicts – from roommates to student organizations and beyond.
The holidays are already here! Be sure to mark your calendars to ensure you don't miss any upcoming dates.
For students moving into off-campus apartments and rental properties, Student Life supports a program that is building a stronger connection between campus and student neighborhoods.
The cost of a college education is on everyone’s minds these days, and there’s no denying it can be an expensive investment! Michigan parents should know that our entire U-M community, from the Regents, to Student Life, to Student Government, is actively working to keep tuition increases in check, while still maintaining an outstanding educational experience for your student.
The history of a university is made up of countless rich stories from diverse students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The University of Michigan Heritage Project brings these stories to life with historical images and personal details about compelling University figures.
In college, many young people explore what they want to give and receive in their personal and intimate relationships. One Student Life program, Relationship Remix, gives Michigan students a chance to develop practical relationship skills.
There are certain experiences that transcend years, decades, generations. For parents, "off to college" is often as exciting and anxious and hopeful as it is for their students.