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.
Here's a guide to meal-time options for students who plan to stay in Ann Arbor over Thanksgiving and/or winter breaks.
You and your student can celebrate U-M turning 200 this year by participating in Giving Blueday on Tuesday, November 28. This is a university-wide day of giving, when every member of the Michigan community is encouraged to make a difference and give for the future.
If your student needs health care, keep in mind that University Health Service (UHS) offers a wide array of services, all in one building on central campus. Most services, including clinic visits, are covered by the health service fee, which students pay as part of tuition.
Once the school year ramps up at the University of Michigan, life moves fast for your student, with new changes every day. Student Life units can be your student’s safety net in cases of stress or crisis and help them thrive on campus.
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.
Let's work together as a community for the best fan experience in Ann Arbor!