The resources available to students at the University of Michigan are vast. Since there are so many, we understand that it can be a bit challenging to find what you're looking for. Based on inquiries we have received through Campus Information, we have compiled a quick reference list of resources that we think can help with your academic related needs.
We also have Resource Navigators, a team of undergraduate and graduate students who provide encyclopedic wayfinding at U-M. They're available for quick appointments, in-person or virtual, to help you find the information you need. Check them out!
If you are looking for help with class registration, planning out the courses you need to take, or determining your major, we encourage you to speak with an academic advisor associated with your major/minor in our 19 schools and colleges. This quick link will take you to the umich.edu search page for all listings. Need help finding yours? Talk to a Resource Navigator. We can help.
Although there are a ton of study spots on campus, they may be limited or by request only due to Covid-19. Click the link above to find the latest on study spots across campus and even to reserve a spot for yourself!
You need to be well in order to excel in the classroom. For resources that can support you in your physical, emotional, spiritual, financial, intellectual, occupational, social, and environmental wellness, check out the link above.
Getting to Know Michigan Webinars [Michigan Student Life YouTube Channel]
This series of videos is generated each summer, in order to introduce students, families, and student support networks to some key resources at Michigan. You can find the full playlist here.