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Getting to Know Michigan

Have lots of questions about coming to campus? You’ll get lots of answers from our Getting to Know Michigan webinar series. And if you miss one, don’t worry. Recordings of the webinars will be posted here within one-two weeks of them happening live, so you can tune in when it is convenient for you. Still have questions? Chat, email or call us and we’ll be happy to help.



Recorded: Getting Connected: Technology Support at U-M

Recorded on Thursday, July 7, 1:00pm EST

Information and Technology Services (ITS) provides technology and communications services designed to ensure students' academic success and support UM-Ann Arbor's academic and research needs. In our session, we will provide an overview of our 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. Visit its.umich.edu/tech-guide and follow us on Twitter @umichtech for more information.


Recorded: Disability Inclusion at UM: Student Accessibility and Accessibility Services (SAAS)

Recorded on Wednesday, June 29, 5:30pm 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. Come learn about the programs and services SAAS offers, about the transition from high school to college as a disabled student, and how to connect with our office.


Recorded: Getting to Know Rec Sports

Recorded on Friday, July 1, 3:00pm EST 

We have something for everyone! Fitness, strength training, good health, friendship, activity, and fun -  Recreational Sports has it all to help you stay active and well on-campus. All enrolled students have access to our facilities on campus, and whether you want to learn something new or continue an old favorite, we have opportunities for everyone. Join us and Get to Know Your Rec Sports.


Recorded: Getting to Know Beyond The Diag and off campus support

Recorded on Wednesday, July 6, 2:00pm EST 

Beyond The Diag provides information, support and resources for students who live off-campus. We assist with finding housing, connecting students with on-campus help and resources, roommate matching, and resolving issues and concerns that might come up when living off campus. We also have lots of opportunities to get more connected with the local community, and work closely with off-campus groups and organizations.


Recorded: Go Blue! Tips for surviving and Thriving at U-M: Mental health tips

Recorded on Friday, July 8, 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 safe, welcoming, and affirming. In this session, you will hear from CAPS staff about transitioning to college, common student mental health concerns, specific services that CAPS provides, how to make an appointment at CAPS, and learn about other mental health resources.

Audience: Students


Recorded: TRANSITIONS: Ready, Set, Letting Go!

Recorded on Monday, July 11, 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 safe, welcoming, and affirming. In this session, you will hear from CAPS staff about transitioning to college, common student mental health concerns, specific services that CAPS provides, how to make an appointment at CAPS, and learn about other mental health resources.

Audience: parents and families


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