Do you know about sexual violence and sexual misconduct prevention efforts at U-M and how parents can help?
Tahiya Alam and Madi McCullough are students on a mission: "To eliminate stigma, promote social justice and help equip other students with the skills...to live healthier and happier lives."
Almost 22% of U-M undergrads are a member of a sorority or fraternity - still there are plenty of misconceptions about these off-campus student organizations.
Encourage your student to stay healthy in body and mind this winter through Student Life's Recreational Sports.
As midterms approach for many, students can struggle to keep up with the academic workload. U-M offers a multitude of resources to help students thrive academically.
Engaged learning opportunities are a hot commodity on campus. Find out about ‘hands-on, mind-on’ opportunities for your students.
A hundred years on, U-M's first all-female residence is as relevant -- and as loved -- as ever.