Students first meet their LSA general academic advisors during the orientation period prior to their first term. Exchange students may find their advisor to be a valuable resource on classroom expectations, finding a balanced course schedule, and understanding the U.S. academic system.
This comprehensive writing center offers one-on-one tutoring and teaches writing courses from the 100 to graduate level. Sweetland provides support for multilingual and international undergraduate students, offering credit-bearing courses, special workshops, and peer-to-peer conversation groups.
ELI helps build capability and confidence in spoken and written English, offering a wide range of resources aimed at improving language and communication skills in a scholarly context. ELI also offers English conversation circles for international students.
Information and Technology Services provides a wide variety of technical services to the UM community.
LSA’s Instructional Support Services provides learning environments, including technological support, for LSA faculty and students facilitates instructional opportunities both in and out of the classroom.