Undergraduates

Student Leadership Opportunities

HSSP's live-in student advisory staff provides support and mentorship for all HSSP residents, lead and/or coordinated program events, and help make HSSP a fun and supportive environment for students to live and learn.

HSSP Resident Advisors (RAs)

  • Are typically third- and fourth-year HSSP members.
  • Provide direct mentorship to all hall students, particularly assigned Peer Advisors.
  • Help promote a warm, welcoming, and safe substance-free floor community.
  • Help plan community-building events that expand learning beyond the classroom.
  • Serve as students' first resource for Housing-related issues or concerns.
  • Lead at least one of the following Programming Areas:
    • Community Service
    • Multiculturalism and Social Awareness
    • Event Planning Committee
    • Publicity, Education, and Outreach
    • Health and Wellness
    • Education and Outreach
    • Community-Building
    • Annual eents

HSSP Peer Advisors (PAs):

  • Are second-year HSSP participants.
  • Support Resident Advisors in promoting a warm, welcoming, and healthy substance-free floor community.
  • Help plan community-building events that expand learning beyond the classroom.
  • Lead at least one Programming Area (see above).
  • Assist first-year students with their transition to life at U-M.
  • Enroll in UC 270 (Health Career Observations, Experiences, and Reflections - fall term)