| 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.

  • The Inclusive Campus Collaborative

    Fosters a campus climate in which all members of the University of Michigan community feel respected, valued, and empowered to engage in the life of the University. The Inclusive Campus Collaborative works with students, faculty and staff to help build an inclusive culture of belonging. It also provides support in developing and expanding an individual’s knowledge and skills in engaging across differences and serving as effective allies to students and colleagues affected by all forms of bias, racism, and structural inequality.

  • Trotter Multicultural Center

    Trotter is a vibrant hub that welcomes and serves all members of our community from U-M including students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni, community members and other campus visitors. It provides our visitors with a home away from home and a wealth of educational opportunities.

  • UMMS Global Reach – Global Health & Disparities Path of Excellence

    Global REACH was created to help facilitate and promote UMMS international initiatives in research, education, and collaborations in health.

  • Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP)

    Creates research partnerships between undergraduate students and University of Michigan researchers. All schools and colleges are active participants in UROP, which provides a wealth of interesting research topics for program participants.

  • Wolverine Pathways

    Program staff works in partnership with families, guardians, schools and community representatives in Detroit, Southfield Public and Ypsilanti Community school districts to encourage, guide and prepare students to be successful in middle and high school, college and postgraduate careers.

  • Women in Science and Engineering

    Is designed to increase the number of girls and women pursuing degrees and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics while fostering their future success. While the Women in Science and Engineering Programs are open to all students, they are designed to encourage and support women and girls.

  • Women’s Studies

    Seeks to build interdisciplinary collaborations among faculty and students that bridge gender, racial, ethnic, economic, and national divides; develop knowledge about women, gender, race, class, sexuality, and disability; and challenge unequal distributions of power; and improve the lives of all individuals and communities.