Michigan undergraduates enjoy a robust advising system. For example, each of the university’s colleges offers general academic advising and career counseling. In particular, the Career Center assists students seeking postgraduate employment and, for LSA students, the Newnan Academic Advising Center (1255 Angell Hall) offers both guidance on general LSA regulations (distribution, languages, etc.) and reassurance that students understand the rules.
The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) program is an additional advising resource. WISE offers women seeking careers in science or mathematics academic and career counseling, workshops on combining careers with various lifestyles, contact with female role models, lists of scholarships and awards, and a resource center listing opportunities for women in science and engineering.
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