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Student Path: Purposeful Support Begets the Best Four Years

A combination of LSA programmatic and scholarship support helped Caitlyn Mira explore a personalized path to graduation.

Weird Science

Eric Spanton, a Collegiate Fellow in the Department of Physics, speaks with LSA about electrons, the ways they can be downright weird, and why we need to make physics more accessible.

Have a question or concern about compliance with COVID-19 health and safety procedures? You can report it anonymously here.

Show your Support

If you are looking for a way to support LSA students during this time, please consider making a gift to the LSA Student Emergency Fund.

Incoming students often wonder what the liberal arts are all about — and there’s a lot to unpack. In a new course, A Whirlwind Tour of the Liberal Arts, top faculty highlight the breadth and depth of what you can study at LSA, covering 12 fascinating topics across disciplines.

Get to know virtually everything about studying the liberal arts at U-M. Current LSA students offer their perspectives on choosing classes, choosing a major, making friends, faculty, and more.

LSA is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Learn more about our DEI initiatives, which aim to increase access to everything U-M has to offer and create a more inclusive campus. A number of programs are already in place.

Transfer Bridges to the Humanities@Michigan (TB2H) is seeing results from its personalized approach to transferring to U-M. Students at Henry Ford College who participate in TB2H receive access to advisors and opportunities at U-M, even before they transfer.

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Big News in Big Data

Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences (QMSS) introduces students to cutting-edge approaches to research and skills that are in high demand in the job market.