Recent graduate Alexandra Olkowski shares how her involvement with the U-M Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Center opened doors that she could not have imagined.
As you can imagine, the president of a world-class teaching and research university such as U-M bears great responsibilities, leading and advancing the institution in its mission of excellence for students, faculty, researchers, and staff.
The Winter season is a great time to show your student you’re thinking of them and to stay connected with a care package! Through the University Unions’ care package website you can easily send balloons, a snack bag or another edible gift directly to your student’s residence hall or apartment. The web site features a wide variety of balloons and snack bags, as well as new offerings that include block M-shaped cookies, healthy snack bags, fresh fruit and an any-occasion celebration cake made locally.
Last edition, we asked – How do you help your Michigan student manage money? Enjoy these responses from other Michigan parents, as well as some resources via the U-M Office of Financial Aid and Student Life.
Did you know that U-M has raised over $1.7 billion in donor gifts in the past two years? Gifts to Student Life make a significant impact on our ability to provide a stellar Michigan experience while also containing costs for students and families.
Study days and finals are just ahead for your student and whether they are in their first year or have a couple college years behind them, it can be a time of stress. One way you can show your support and love from afar is by using the University Unions’ care package service. Ordering is easy at www.carepackage.umich.edu where you can choose from a wide selection of balloons, snack bags, cookies and other edible gifts, and have it delivered directly to your student’s residence hall or apartment.
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.