Strategies for Academic Success
Time management, memory & concentration, critical reading, note taking, writing papers, organizing and integrating information, preparing for and taking tests, using the library.
Physics Help Room
Assists students if they need help with Physics 125-241.
Language Resource Center (LRC)
Students check out computers equipped with foreign language software (including spell check!), foreign films and music, foreign language CD-Roms, and reading materials. There is also some open tutoring available.
Staffed by grad students and undergrad students who are trained to help students from Math 105 all the way to DiffEq.
Peer Academic Advising Office (PAAO)
Students can check out syllabi for course they are considering taking, read reviews of course written by fellow students, and check out info on grad/professional schools.
Science Learning Center (SLC)
Assists students with Chem, Bio, or Physics. You can also sign-up for study groups that meet based on your availability and are facilitated by an upper-level undergrad.
Helping undergraduates in psychology courses, honors students, graduate students, and faculty with their statistics and data management questions.
Sweetland Center for Writing
Offers free one-to-one writing support to all undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Miching. Sweetland faculty and peer writing consultants meet with student writers to help with any stage of the writing process.
Assists with choosing a major, career options, job/internship search strategies, interviewing, applying to graduate and professional schools, and résumé writing.
Provides a wide variety of global engagement and learning opportunities to the U-M community.
Cost of attendance, applying & receiving aid, scholarships & loan information, financial planning guides, credit card tips, and work-study employment.
Services for Students with Disabilities
Provides services to students with visual impairments, learning disabilities, mobility impairments, hearing impairments, chronic health problems and psychological disabilities, so they may enjoy a complete range of academic and non-academic opportunities. Services are free of charge.
Applying to U-M, information on academics, cost and financial aid and student life especially for those students transferring to U-M.
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Undergraduate Philosophy Club
Philosophy students participate in a number of extra-curricular disciplinary activities, including the Undergraduate Philosophy Club and the Undergraduate Philosophy journal, Meteorite, edited by Michigan undergraduates.
- Ethics Discussion Group (EDGe)
- Philosophy of Science Working Group (PoSe)
- Epistemology Reading Group (EPiG)
- Mind and Moral Psychology Working Group (MMP)
Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN) Forum
Fridays at 3:00pm in 4464, East Hall.