Learning activities are often sedentary but the U-M Recreational Sports program can help your student keep moving. And there's something for every taste, interest and activity level.
Fall semester has begun and students are thinking about new classes, the football season, and hopefully, about ways to translate their academic pursuits into meaningful career choices.
The search for 2018-2019 housing can sneak up on your student quickly this fall. Many students will sign a lease before they leave for winter break. As a parent, you can play an important role in the housing search process.
Health and well-being can directly affect students' ability to succeed at the university. If your student has a need or interest, you can encourage them to use these Student Life services to support their holistic wellness.
Immunizations are a very effective way to prevent infectious diseases, and students can easily get immunizations, including a flu shot this fall, right on campus.
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Anytime is the perfect time to send your student a fun, healthy break via MGift. Newly launched MGifts are available for any occasion -- from welcome packages to study breaks to get well bags.
Now that students are settled into school, you'll want to jot a few of these key dates into your calendar.
You may want to pencil in some of these important dates and upcoming events to help stay connected with your Wolverine while they're off to college.
Some students (and families) worry that part-time work will detract from time needed for academics and co-curricular activities. Student employees often note, however, that having a part-time job hones their time-management skills and helps them better allocate time appropriately for study and relaxation.