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Campus Resources

Links to campus information, student services, Ann Arbor visitors bureau, Ann Arbor news and events, arts & culture, athletics, recreation, and accessibility


Information on a variety of aspects of life and school in Ann Arbor. Maps, Directions, & Transportation. Information on life at Michigan, academics, financial departments and institutions, and information for visitors.


University Police Department, hospitals and health centers security, emergency management, technology management.


Health care services, health and wellness, fees and insurance information.


Career advising, job or internship search assistance, career fairs and programs, grad/professional school info, reference letter service.


Career fairs and workshops, job postings, work abroad and co-op/internship information, career manual

LSA Gifts of Kindness provides support to qualified students to help with unanticipated costs of college. They can help with a wide variety of expenses including school supplies, conference funding, and test fees, among others.

Togetherall is an online, anonymous peer-support tool for students. Moderated by mental health professionals, and in partnership with CAPS, it is a peer-support community for students who are feeling depressed, anxious, isolated, etc or who would like to support peers who are in need. For more information and instructions to register, please see the link below.

LSA advising appointments; academic planning; information on requirements, policies, and academic options, and graduation; academic support


The Engineering Advising Center (EAC) provides academic services and support for first year and undeclared students. Services include academic advising, personal counseling, career exploration, goal setting and workshops to facilitate student success.


With sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression as our framework, the Spectrum Center is committed to enriching the campus experience and developing students as individuals and as members of communities. Their work is accomplished through student-centered education, outreach, advocacy and support.


This resource website has come out of a need for resources for gender and sexual minority (GSM) physicists. They serve as a networking resource for young GSM physicists and students to find mentors, a place to find resources for laboratories and universities to make their physics departments more GSM friendly, as well as a hosting of information of get togethers of GSM physicists and allies.