Traveling abroad can be an exciting opportunity for students. They can experience new cultures, see historic sites, and make lifelong friendships. But students can sometimes get lost in the excitement and run out of money midway through their trip.
The value of a Michigan education goes far beyond the classroom walls. Students who engage with the campus community outside of the classroom will not only have an impressive resume to accompany their diploma but also will have acquired a greater perspective on the world around us.
As the Thanksgiving break approaches, you may be looking forward to spending some quality time with your Michigan student, but if your student is the first person in your family to attend college, you may also be wondering what it will be like to have your college student back at home.
M|Gift Packages can help ease study anxiety during finals week. Several options are available to send your student a virtual hug along with snacks, drinks, U-M merchandise, and the message that you’re thinking of them.
Thanksgiving is nearly here and the holidays are in full swing. Keep your calendars up-to-date with this list of upcoming dates and deadlines.
Na’kia Channey is a student who is not slowing down. If anything, entering her second year on campus has only brought more opportunities for involvement.
Is your student intimidated by the coming winter weather? You can share these tips to help them conquer the cold.
Is your student planning to study, do research, or do an internship abroad during the winter semester? Consider talking with them before departure to make sure that they have completed important health and safety steps.
If you are the parent/family of an undocumented or DACA student, your student is welcome at the University of Michigan, and support is available.
If you are the parent of an international student with F-1 or J-1 visa status, please ask your student to check their immigration documents before winter break.