The Applied Physics student handbook.
An overview of graduate student resources available.
A hub to find out what events are happening around campus.
Diversity Equity and Inclusion Resources
The Spectrum Center works toward enhancing the campus climate and support services for LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty at the University through education, advocacy, and community building.
Trotter Multicultural Center serves as a campus facilitator, convener, and coordinator of cultural awareness and inclusive leadership education initiatives for University of Michigan students.
Information on LSA's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion progress and efforts.
SSD provide accommodations and access to students with disabilities
Health and Well-Being Resources
UHS is your campus health and wellness resource, offering comprehensive clinical services plus support for your well-being. And most services are free for currently enrolled U-M students (Ann Arbor campus).
General information about your GradCare health insurance.
CAPS provides mental health services and tools to help students, staff, faculty and family members.
Rackham Graduate School offers graduate students and postdoctoral fellows formal and informal dispute resolution services, provides resources and referrals, and can offer alternative resolutions in consultation with other offices as appropriate. All can expect confidentiality in a safe environment.
Information on how to request a leave of absence.
The attorneys at SLS can advise you regarding your legal rights and represent you, if needed, in Washtenaw County courts only. It is also possible for the staff to negotiate with various individuals on your behalf (i.e. debt collectors).
Support resources if you or someone you know are experiencing discrimination or harassment