Services Offered: poster printing desktop consulting for major operating systems, access to site licensed software, network support services (including some wireless access), and a lab of desktop computers for authorized users and visitors.
Contact: 2428 Randall Laboratory; 8am to 12pm, 1pm to 5pm Monday through Friday
Physics Authorized Users Lab (PAUL)
The Physics Authorized User Laboratory (PAUL) is a computer lab available for use by physics faculty, staff, authorized visitors, grad students and undergrad concentrators. It is located at 2416A Randall Lab next to the department printers. Within the PAUL, we have Windows, Macintosh, and Linux machines.
For more information on the PAUL, please visit the CaTS Support Wiki.
Shapiro Science Library
The University of Michigan Science Library has useful information and references specific to physics and other sciences.
University of Michigan Libraries
The University of Michigan libraries are helpful for the physics community.
The Physics Help Room (1416 Randall Lab) was created to help students who are taking Introductory Physics classes (135/136; 235/236; 140/141; 240/241).The Help Room is staffed (usually M-W 10AM-9PM, TH 10AM-5PM, and F 10AM-4PM during the fall and winter) with graduate students, undergraduate students, and faculty on a full time basis. Help Room staff are able to answer most questions. Services in the Physics Help Room are free to all U-M students.
The telephone number to the Help Room is 734.763.7222. The phone will only be answered if the instructors are not pre-occupied by other students.
Spring 2013 Help Room Schedule
Please Note: Spring Help Room hours are M-Th 10AM-3PM and Fridays, 10AM-2PM.
Additionally, the Society of Physics Students (SPS) maintains a list of tutors to connect students in need of assistance with individuals who are able to help.
The staff of our Student Services Office is dedicated to serving both undergraduate and graduate students. Our staff is knowledgeable and friendly. If you have questions that aren't answered by browsing the web pages, answered on our frequently asked questions page, or if you just want to speak to someone directly, please do not hesitate to contact one of us. E-mail us at email@example.com. Please feel free to visit us on the first floor at 1440 Randall Lab.
Who We Are and What We Do
Kristyn Sonnenberg, Student Administrative Assistant
Advising appointments, REU Program, prospective students, alternate exams, intro course assistance
Christina Zigulis, Graduate Coordinator
Graduate admissions, graduate appointments, graduate program questions, graduate application requests
Kathryn Jones, Undergraduate Coordinator
Curriculum planning, room reservations, overrides, textbook orders
Christine Bolang, Manager
GSI assignments, student services office budgets
The Undergraduate Handbook contains most of the information from the website, but also includes helpful tips on course selection, undergraduate research and applying to graduate school. The Undergraduate Handbook is currently being revised. Please check back soon for an updated version.