| Resources

For Students

With a community of nearly 45,000 individuals, students play a vital role in helping shape the university’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. This page will help connect current and prospective students with campus resources such as the Office of Financial Aid, the Spectrum Center and the Program on Intergroup Relations.

If there’s a U-M resource you’re aware of that is not listed or you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact diversitymatters@umich.edu.

  • Expect Respect

    An educational initiative aimed at supporting a campus climate in which all persons are treated with civility. Community members from across campus have worked together to strengthen the framework of support services for those who have experienced hate crimes or bias incidents.

  • First Generation College Students

    Provides resources, insight and inspiration that help students thrive and succeed on campus in pursuit of a degree.

  • Global Michigan

    Student resources for education abroad, travel planning and on-campus opportunities to learn about the wider world.

  • Global Scholars Program

    The Global Scholars Program is a living-learning community for sophomores and above from any school in the university. It is a diverse community with students from more than 30 countries living and studying together and sharing a passion for global social justice.

  • Human Resources

    Provides benefits, resources and technical expertise to attract and retain the world’s most talented individuals.

  • Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation

    Committed to improving the quality, safety, equity, and affordability of healthcare services

  • International Center

    Provides a variety of services to assist international and American students who are seeking opportunities to study, work, or travel abroad.

  • International Institute

    Stimulates research and teaching on critical areas of the world and on international issues that cut across world regions and disciplines. The institute fosters cooperation among the university’s departments, schools, and colleges.

  • Jean & Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies

    Offers students opportunities for in-depth study in Jewish history and culture, including unique courses in Yiddish. The University of Michigan houses the only scholarly program of its kind at a public university in the United States.

  • LSA Opportunity Hub

    The opportunity Hub works with LSA undergraduate students to discover the connection between their liberal arts education and their goals and aspirations. Coaching, courses, internships, connections with alumni and employers, and internship funding are just some of the resources offered.