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Academic & Wellness Support

Now that you are a student in MCSP, we want to make sure you succeed here at the University of Michigan. MCSP's office personnel provide academic and wellness support services just for you.  These include:

  • Programs on study skills, test-taking, stress management, etc.
  • Connections to on campus academic and wellness resources
  • Group study in introductory courses such as mathematics, physics, English, chemistry, biology, and languages (as needed)
  • Office Hours with time to help you think through your options at U-M

For more information about Academic & Wellness Support, stop by the MCSP Office to see any of our staff or email us at mcsprogram@umich.edu

The Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center
1255 Angell Hall
734-764-0332
Email: ask.lsa.advising@umich.edu

The Academic Advising Center serves LSA undergraduates by:

  • Helping them make informed decisions about educational goals and LSA curriculum
  • Encouraging them to formulate an academic program appropriate to their individual interests and abilities
  • Assisting them in evaluating their academic progress and performance
  • Providing them accurate information about LSA policies and procedures
  • Furnishing them an opportunity to explore the purposes of a liberal arts and science education

Sweetland Center for Writing
1310 North Quad
734-764-0429  
Email: sweetlandinfo@umich.edu

The Sweetland Center for Writing offers:

  • Personalized assistance with writing skills from trained peers and faculty members
  • Writing workshops for your papers, application essays and/or personal creative writing projects
  • Walk-in or pre-scheduled appointments
  • Online Writing Lab (OWL)

Language Resource Center (LRC)
1500 North Quad
734-647-0759

The Language Resource Center provides:

  • An extensive collection of print and online media that pertain to language learning
  • Access to international radio, film, and television programs
  • FREE Language Conversation Partners for practicing communication skills
  • Language tutors for academic classes

Math Lab
East Hall, Room B860
734-936-0160

The Math Lab offers FREE walk-in tutoring service for U-M students.

Science Learning Center
1720 Chemistry Building
734-764-9326

This interdisciplinary resource center offers tutoring, study groups, and computer resources for Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

Physics Help Room
1416 Randall Lab
734-763-7222

This room is staffed by Graduate Student Instructors who can help students with introductory physics.

Engineering Advising Center
230 Chrysler Center 2121, Bonisteel Blvd
734-647-7106
Email: eac_advising@umich.edu

The Engineering Advising Center provides academic services and support for first-year and undeclared students including:

  • Academic advising
  • Personal counseling
  • Career exploration
  • Goal setting
  • Workshops to facilitate student success

The Career Center
3200 Student Activities Building
734-764-7460
Email: careercenter@umich.edu

Career Center services include:

  • Individual advising appointments
  • “Immersion Excursions” for job shadowing
  • Pre-law, Pre-med and Pre-health guidance
  • Resume and cover letter workshops
  • Reference Letter Service for storing recommendations from professors and employers
  • Videotaped mock interviews
  • Access to the “Career Center Connector,” an online network that links U-M students to employers hiring for internships and permanent positions Link!
  • Job, Internship and Graduate School Fairs for fields ranging from medicine to education

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Michigan Union, Room 3100
734-764-8312
Email: tdsevig@umich.edu

CAPS services are free, confidential and available to currently enrolled students.  The staff includes social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists from diverse backgrounds with regard to race/ethnicity, country of origin, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, age, professional discipline, theoretical orientations and intervention approaches.  CAPS services include:

  • Counseling for individuals, couples and groups
  • Crisis walk-in availability
  • Psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring
  • Outreach and educational events and workshops
  • Mitalk, an interactive web site designed especially for students Link!
  • QPR Suicide Prevention Program
  • Campus crisis response team
  • Assistance with referrals to other campus and community resources

Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC)
Michigan Union, Room 1551
Office: 734-764-7771    
24/7 Crisis Hotline: 734-936-3333

SAPAC serves as a resource for those who have been victims of sexual misconduct, and a center for educating the general public about the realities of sexual assault on campus. SAPAC commits to promoting social change and activism through the professional services that they provide, and through student leadership development that enables students to help their peers. SAPAC staff and student leaders provide free and confidential crisis intervention, advocacy, and support for survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual harassment to the entire University of Michigan community. 

University Health Services (UHS)
207 Fletcher Street
734-764-8320

UHS offers a variety of health services.  Most costs are covered by the health service fee that students pay as part of tuition.  UHS welcomes students for urgent care walk-in appointments or pre-arranged clinic appointments for the following specializations:

  • Allergies & Immunizations
  • Eye Care
  • Gynecology
  • Nutrition
  • Pharmacy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Radiology