Responsibility. Veterans know a thing or two about responsibility— from saving lives, to serving in combat, to serving as reservists, to working as a team— to being University of Michigan students.
Many student veterans come to U-M with these specific responsibilities:
- Career or job
- Military commitments: Reserve duty or deployment
- Personal wellness
- Financial issues
The University of Michigan is prepared to help you meet these commitments. Our responsibility is to create the best environment for learning and living the Michigan Experience.
Here are just a few of the services available to you:
- Counseling and Psychological Services offers short-term, confidential support groups and individual counseling of no cost to you, the student. Couples counseling is also available for all U-M students.
- The Veteran and Military Services Program provides support and resources for all student veterans including families.
- University Housing offers housing and housing-related resources for all U-M students. With a comprehensive website devoted to on-campus and off-campus housing options, as well as meal plans and events happening on campus.
- Academic Support Services offers a myriad of support services for all U-M students. Their website provides up-to-date information regarding academic support services sponsored by or offered in conjunction with University departments. Including:
- Students with Children This website is dedicated to the needs of students at the University of Michigan who juggle parenting or elder care, study and work. It is maintained by the Work Life Resource Center(WLRC) and was created by the former Committee on Student Parent Issues (COSPI).
- University of Michigan Family Helpers offers a listing of University of Michigan students who are available for:
- Child Care
- Elder Assistance
- Pet Sitting
- House Sitting
- House Keeping
- Lawn Care and more