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Resources and Links

Getting Help

If you are a student in need of support or if you know a fellow student who needs support, please use the Public CARE Report. You can also find help and support at the Maize and Blue Cupboard and the Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR). Please visit Beyond the Diag for off-campus housing support. For any questions or concerns related to COVID-19, please forward them to this email addresss to seek help and support:

If you need professional counseling and psychological help, please schedule an appointment with CAPS (please note that CAPS is currently only able to support students currently residing in the state of Michigan). Please contact Services for Students with Disabilities with any disability-related questions or concerns including receiving accommodations. If you need to report a case of harassment or sexual misconduct, please use this link to do so to the Office of Institutional Equity. 

In case of an emergency, please call 911 or the University of Michigan Division of Public Safety and Security at 734.763.1131

For peer support, please consider contacting the Society of Asian Studies Students (SASS). SASS' Student Peer Liaison Program can help you find additional resources, study groups, and opportunities to network with other students. You may also want to consider other student associations and organizations devoted to promoting better awareness of Asian languages and cultures on campus ( Peer counseling is also provided by CAPS.

COVID-19 Resources

Quarantine Housing

Full information can be found on the Campus Blueprint here but a summary of the Quarantine and Isolation Housing procedure:

Students living on campus who test positive for COVID-19 will be relocated to quarantine housing. After reporting, you will be contacted by the Coordination Center.

All students who test positive, regardless of whether they live on or off campus, should report positive test results here then isolate and wear a mask. Roommates of students who test positive should limit in-person interactions with others, wear a mask, and get tested on the fifth day following exposure.

If you will be missing class as a result of your positive test, inform your instructors through an illness report.

You may return to your permanent residence if:

  • You can drive to the location in under one day without the use of ride sharing or public transportation.
  • You will have access to your own closed-door bedroom and bathroom.
  • Only one other person will be in the car during the drive.