Parents & Family Weekend will be November 4-6. Registration takes place September 21-30. For those of you planning your first Parents & Family Weekend experience, here are a few insider tips to making the most of your weekend.
Do you know that U-M was ranked as the best disability-friendly college or university in the U.S. by the College Choice 2016 rankings? We are committed to giving students with disabilities an equal opportunity to succeed at the university.
Earlier this month at the New Student Convocation ceremony, U-M President Schlissel reminded students: "Decisions are made by those who show up. Get out and vote in November." Are you talking with your student about the importance of voting this year?
Fall semester has begun and it's time for students to get started on achieving their career goals. You can try these conversation starters to help your student learn about and use the extensive resources available through the University Career Center.
Housing search...already? It's true - the search for 2017-2018 housing can sneak up on your student quickly this fall. Many students will secure housing before they leave for winter break and others will wait as they consider alternative options.
Fall is a beautiful time of year in Ann Arbor. The students are back to school and schedules fill up quickly. We've gathered a list of important dates for the coming semester. Mark your calendars!
Students will soon have a freshly renovated Intramural Sports Building (IMSB), complete with many significant updates, including increased space for cardio, strength and group fitness programs.
Can holding a job and studying for a degree mix? At the University of Michigan, students strike a successful balance via Student Life jobs across campus. Each year, Student Life employs more than 4,000 students in positions ranging from dining staff to retail associates at a diversity of locations.
Here are our top tips for making your student's move-in as smooth as possible, both on-campus and off.
Every parent wants their student not just to succeed academically, but also to grow, to flourish -– to be happy at Michigan. And the truth is, these two sides of campus life aren't so separate. The students who excel in the classroom are very often the ones who have formed friendships at college, who have found their place, their community.