YouTube Ready | At the Ginsberg Center, we support students and student organizations in creating positive social change through multiple forms of community engagement. As part of this webinar, students will learn about the many different opportunities available to them to get involved with social change and community engagement efforts along pathways like volunteerism, community organizing & activism, voter engagement, philanthropy, and more! [From Friday, 5/12/23 11am EST]
Getting to Know Michigan
Have lots of questions about coming to campus? No worries! You’ll get lots of answers from our Getting to Know Michigan webinar series, which are recorded during the Office of New Student Programs sessions with the same title. They'll be posted here within two weeks, so you can tune in when it's convenient. Still have questions? Chat, email, or call us and we’ll be happy to help.
All webinars are accessed through the same Zoom link; click here.
Go Blue! Mental Health Tips for Surviving and Thriving at U-M
YouTube Ready | Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) provides free and confidential short-term counseling to help enrolled students manage and navigate mental health concerns. CAPS strives to provide services in an atmosphere that is welcoming and culturally sensitive for all students. [From Monday, 5/15/23 1pm EST]
Getting to Know Beyond The Diag: U-M's Off-Campus Housing and Support Program
YouTube Ready | Beyond The Diag is UM's Off-Campus Housing Program within the Dean of Students Office. Beyond The Diag was developed to improve off-campus safety resources, communication, and education for UM students living off-campus. The program delivers programming and informational events, and also provides support and resources, for students living off-campus. [From Wednesday, 5/17/23 11am EST]
Getting Connected: Technology Support at U-M from Information and Technology Services (ITS)
YouTube Ready | Information and Technology Services (ITS) provides technology and communications services designed to ensure students' academic success and support U-M Ann Arbor's academic and research needs. In our session, we will provide an overview of the ITS services and software available to U-M students, how to get help when you need it, and introduce you to Tech Shop, our campus technology store. [From Thursday, 5/18/23 10am EST]
Getting to Know the First Gen Gateway at Michigan
YouTube Ready | The First Generation Student Gateway serves as a starting point to get connected to resources for first-generation students. Housed in the Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives (OAMI), the Gateway is linked to several partner offices and is a home for support for first-generation students. [From Thursday, 5/18/23 3:30pm EST]
Getting to Know the International Center
YouTube Ready | The International Center provides a variety of services to assist both international students and students from the U.S. We organize a wide range of social, cultural and educational events, such as our monthly international coffee hour and the Intercultural Leadership Seminar. In addition, we offer individual advising on opportunities to study, intern, or travel internationally - including resources on post-graduate options such as teaching English abroad and the Peace Corps. [From Friday, 5/19/23 9:00am EST]
Academic English Courses and Resources for U-M International Students
YouTube Ready | The English Language Institute (ELI) provides language and academic support to students and scholars in all U-M schools and colleges. ELI’s offerings include credit-bearing academic English courses for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as non-credit workshops, intensive summer programs, and one-on-one tutoring in ELI’s Graduate Language Clinics and Undergraduate Speaking and Writing Studio. [From Monday, 5/22/23 9:00am EST]
Go Blue! Go Abroad!
YouTube Ready | Join the Center for Global and Intercultural Study (CGIS) to learn the steps to study, research, and/or intern abroad! We will talk about choosing a program, how to earn credit towards your degree, funding your experience, and more! [From Wednesday, 5/24/23 2:00pm EST]
Getting to Know the University Career Center
YouTube Ready | The University Career Center (UCC) team are experts in connecting students to opportunities. Want to get a summer internship? Be a standout medical school applicant? Develop professional skills? UCC has got you covered! [From Thursday, 5/25/23 2:00pm]
Getting to Know Sustainability at Michigan
Friday, 5/26/23 1:00pm EST | Planet Blue is the initiative at Michigan that is focused on making our campus more sustainable and carbon neutral.
Disability Inclusion at U-M: Student Accessibility and Accessibility Services (SAAS)
Tuesday, 5/30/23 2:00pm EST | Student Accessibility and Accommodation Services (SAAS) is committed to inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility by providing support services, advocacy and academic accommodations to students with disabilities.
Starting or Continuing Key Conversations with Your Student
Wednesday, 5/31/23 1:30pm EST | The Key Conversations webinar will cover important topics related to student life and well-being on campus and address top public health concerns for college students, including healthy relationships, alcohol and other drug use, and mental health and well-being.
Getting to Know the Spectrum Center
Friday, 6/2/23 2:30pm EST | With sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression as our framework, the Spectrum Center is committed to enriching the campus experience and developing students as individuals and as members of communities.
University Health Service (UHS): Your Student’s Campus Health and Wellness Resource
Monday, 6/5/23 9:00AM EST | Join University Health Service (UHS) physicians as they highlight campus health and wellness resources and provide a comprehensive overview of how students access health care and other well-being services on campus.
Wolverine Wellness: A Holistic Well-Being Approach
Friday, 6/9/23 10am EST | We are committed to partnering with students to integrate all aspects of their well-being including: intellectual, occupational, spiritual, environmental, emotional, physical, financial, and social.
Living in Michigan Housing
Friday, 6/9/23 3:00pm EST | Michigan Housing is home to 9,000 Wolverines — most of the new incoming students! This webinar will walk you through the basics of getting your room assignment, the amenities in each space, items you shouldn't bring, and a breakdown of fall move-in.
Getting to Know Michigan Dining
Monday, 6/12/23 2:00pm | Michigan Dining has nine dining halls and multiple retail locations across campus. We provide delicious food and create memorable experiences for the campus community.
Next Steps for Financial Aid: Maintaining Eligibility
Wednesday, 6/14/23 11:00am EST | Now that you have received your financial aid package, what comes next? Financial aid eligibility is an ongoing process, and understanding the steps to maintaining your eligibility is fundamental to your continued success as a student.
This Is Your Rec Sports!
Friday, 6/16/23 2:00pm EST | Recreational Sports provides a human-centric approach to healthy lifestyles through well-being, fitness, competition and adventure for all skill levels. You will find exceptional and fulfilling experiences within a supportive community that embraces diversity and inclusion, engagement, activity, connection, discovery, leadership, and fun.
Getting to Know MESA (Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs)
Tuesday, 6/20/23 11:00am EST | The Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) provides support and programming through celebrations, educational offerings, and building social capital through the lens of race and ethnicity.
Transitions: Ready, Set, Letting Go!
Wednesday, 6/21/23 1:00pm EST | Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) provides free and confidential short-term counseling to help enrolled students manage and navigate mental health concerns. CAPS strives to provide services in an atmosphere that is welcoming and culturally sensitive for all students.
Getting to Know Trotter Multicultural Center
Friday, 6/23/23 10:00am EST | This session will focus on the history of Trotter Multicultural Center, its programs and services we offer to the diverse University of Michigan community.
Getting to Know Fraternity & Sorority Life
Monday, 6/26/23 4:30pm EST | The fraternity and sorority community at Michigan has provided opportunities for students outside of the classroom for more than 175 years. The more than 50 organizations on our campus promote scholarship, leadership, friendship, and community. During the session you will learn more about what the community has to offer and how interested students can join.
Getting Involved: Student Organizations and Events
Thursday, 6/26/23 3:00pm EST | Center for Campus Involvement (CCI) serves as the headquarters for involvement for students across the University. Through campus programs and student organizations, CCI is a fantastic jumping-off point for students who are looking to get involved right away, or who need some information and guidance to figure out where to start!
Getting Involved with the arts at Michigan
Friday, 6/30/23 11:00am EST | The arts at Michigan can be a meaningful part of every student's Michigan experience, whether you're a dancer or writer, or you're someone who just wants to go check out a few concerts or exhibitions.