Resource Navigators

Talk to us. We can help.

What do you do? Two things: (1) make an appointment and (2) complete a quick Intake Form at the link.

You'll leave your appointment with at least one or two referrals for questions, like...

    •    What student orgs are available to me?
    •    How do I get involved on campus?
    •    How do I find internship and research opportunities?
    •    How do I get academic help?
    •    How do I manage my time?
    •    What can I do to maintain wellness?

Choose what works best for you! In-person or virtual. Seven days a week. 
Peer-to-peer appointments are available in half-hour increments. Select a day and time that’s convenient for you; they're either in-person at the League or Pierpont, or virtual, so choose whatever works best! Appointments are posted on Friday at noon for the upcoming week. Then, complete the registration intake form which allows your Navigator to create a personalized plan tailored to your questions.

Where do I go if I chose an in-person appointment?
In-person appointments are currently available on Central Campus at the League and on North Campus at Pierpont Commons, both on the main floor by the Information Desks. 

Accessibility.
If you use a wheelchair, please note that on your intake form. There are accessible spaces in each building.

Questions regarding the process?
Email [email protected]

 

 

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Resource Navigators offer peer-to-peer wayfinding that helps you pinpoint people, places, resources, and opportunities. Discover your path. Talk to us!

Resource Navigators are your peer-to-peer wayfinding team, helping you track down a multitude of campus resources, websites, places, and--most importantly--people on U-M's large, decentralized campus. We create campus partnerships so that we can give you "warm" referrals to the teams you need to get things done!


RESNAV Bios. You can meet with any ResNav with an appointment that fits your schedule OR check out their studies/interests.

Laura. (2024) LSA Graduate, headed to Wayne State Law School. Major: Women's and Gender Studies. Rude Mechanicals. UROP. Triota Honor Society for Women's and Gender Studies. Sapphic Reads. La Casa.
Pranavi. (2026) LSA Psychology. Pre-Dental Association. UROP. Environmental Awareness. Former UHS employee. Bilingual in Telugu. 


 

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