Spring has gotten off to a very slow start in Ann Arbor – and much of the Midwest. Nevertheless, the sense of spring is very much apparent on campus. Change, renewal and hope are in the air.
With study days, finals and commencement just ahead, you can send your student support and love from afar with a delivery of balloons and edible gifts!
Your student has spent hours at the Michigan Union studying for exams, participating in student organizations, and attending events. Now your family can celebrate your student’s first day as a graduate in the same place - at the 2013 Commencement Brunch in the Michigan Union!
To the Class of 2013 – and their families – congratulations! The University of Michigan Spring graduation ceremony will be held Saturday, May 4, at 10:00 a.m. in Michigan Stadium. Several thousand students, parents, and friends will gather in Ann Arbor to celebrate.
Students will experience stress - on campus and beyond. "The standard U-M students strive for is higher", says Tim Davis, Associate Director at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). And since stressors, like death and taxes, are an unfortunate certainty in life, CAPS prepares students for post-college reality by providing them with a wealth of proactive coping strategies they can use for years to come.
Did you know the University of Michigan proudly claims the largest living group of alumni in the world? Many Michigan graduates go on to achieve incredible success in their chosen fields, none more profoundly than Raoul Wallenberg, 1935.
Last time, we invited you to share advice with other Michigan parents about how to talk to students about Spring Break choices, including alcohol and staying safe.
Looking for ways your student could become more active or more involved in the community while at school? Look no further. With all of the adventures offered through U-M’s Recreational Sports, the possibilities are almost endless.
No doubt, moving on from the life of an undergraduate is a big adventure, whether your student is considering a career, an advanced degree, or a tour of duty as a volunteer in a service program.
Considering America’s growing diversity, Student Life understands just how important it is that Michigan graduates be comfortable and skilled working in diverse communities and organizations. Conveniently, there is a program on campus that can help your student become more compassionate, open-minded, and as a result, better prepared to enter or rejoin the workforce after college.