The University of Michigan provides a range of campus resources in order to support students as they successfully meet the challenges of academic and student life at the University.
IGR is a social justice education program that blends theory and experiential learning in order to facilitate student understanding of social group identity, social inequality, and intergroup relations.
The Spectrum Center is committed to enriching student understanding of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression and developing students both as individuals and as members of communities.
While using the lens of race and ethnicity, MESA engages the campus community by providing inclusive spaces and equitable opportunities for all students.
The Trotter Multicultural Center welcomes and serves the U of M community by providing visitors with educational opportunities and a home away from home.
Growing Allies is committed to building a community of social justice allies in order to create a safer and more inclusive environment at the University of Michigan.
Expect Respect is aimed at supporting a campus climate in which all community members are treated with civility. The program provides support services for anyone who has experienced hate crimes or bias incidents.
The SSD campaign encourages the acceptance of individual differences and similarities and serves as a foundation for conveying U of M’s institutional values and commitment to civility and respect.
OAMI works collaboratively with campus and external partners to develop strategic programs that provide you resources, opportunities and experiences that enrich your academic, social, cultural, and personal development at the University of Michigan.
CAPS strives to promote a diverse, inclusive, and multicultural community by providing U of M students, faculty, and staff with counseling and psychotherapy, consultation, and educational programming.
The CEW is committed to advancing diversity and inclusion at U of M by providing resources and services to empower women and nontraditional students at the University.
CSP supports and academically enriches students within and beyond the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts by providing course instruction, academic advising, and other services.
The Dean of Students Office strives to develop and promote an inclusive campus climate by providing programs, services, partnerships, and policy development that will enhance students’ experiences at Michigan.