Boynton Health Service offers a wide array of physical and mental health services to currently enrolled students.
The U of M is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for enrolled or admitted students who have documented disabilities such as a mobility, hearing, visual, learning, psychiatric, systemic, or brain injury impairment. Visit the Disability Resource Center for academic accommodation services, support, and counseling related to a disability.
Personal and academic stress, relationship concerns, and transitions, among other things, can get in the way of doing well in college. Student Counseling Services can help. Talk to a counselor individually, attend a group session or workshop and/or utilize their online resources on a variety of issues including eating disorders, drug and alcohol abuse, mental health issues, and learning problems.
For some students, simply being in a foreign country can negatively impact their academic performance and personal life. If this is your situation, you should talk to an advisor in ISSS. Their primary mission is to assist international students in successfully accomplishing the goals that brought them to the University.
Stay in shape! The U of M has many excellent sports and recreation facilities. And the good news is if you’re a current student and have paid your student services fees, you are already a member! If not, you can purchase a membership. They also offer a variety of sports clubs and intramural teams that you can join.