Campus Support Resources
Learning & Study Assistance
Finding a course to be particularly challenging? Want to improve your study habits or your writing skills? Think you might have test anxiety or a learning disability? Please don't think you have to deal with it on your own —University staff want you to succeed and are ready to help you.
Physical & Mental Health
It's important to take good care of yourself -- physically and mentally! University resources range from conventional preventative and diagnostic care and recreational facilities to mental health counselors and alternative therapies.
Life can be complex, especially while you're a student. The University provides you with a variety of resources to help you sort things out and stay on track toward graduation.
Applying for and accessing your financial aid can be confusing at times. You may also need assistance finding other resources to pay for tuition and costs of living. The University offers a number of places where you can get information and assistance.
Dispute Resolution and Legal Issues
Are you having a problem with someone or something at the University? Don't know where to turn for assistance? There are resources at the U of M available to assist you with anything from academic disputes and financial aid problems to problems with a faculty/staff member or another student.
Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
Student Counseling Services
Office for Conflict Resolution (for U employees)
Office for Community Standards (formerly Office for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity)
U of M Student Conduct Code