Critical Incident Support & Conflict Management
Everyone deserves to be in an environment where they feel safe and respected. When a conflict or critical incident impacts your education and wellbeing, it shouldn’t go unresolved. Turn to these resources for help finding support.
University of Michigan career site with job opportunities.
Financial assistance for U-M students needing dependent child care.
Housing resources for U-M students with children.
Resources to help continuing students re-apply for financial aid.
Off-campus housing resource available to U-M students.
Variety of support services available to U-M students.
Affordable health insurance plans available to domestic students.
Emergency assistance for U-M School of Education students.
Financial assistance for all U-M students, staff, faculty and the surrounding community.
Free taxi ride service available in emergency situations.
Emergency assistance for U-M undergraduate engineering students.
Financial aid resources for undergraduate, graduate and continuing students.
Additional financial aid options for students experiencing income hardship.
Search engine for locating food assistance programs by zip code.
Organization with access to food resources throughout Washtenaw County.
Financial support for internship experiences.
Health insurance for fellowship holders, medical students and more.
Financial aid options for U-M graduate students.
Resources for obtaining need-based and criteria-specific grants.
Student housing program that partners students with older homeowners.
Religious-based holistic clinic with various services for anyone needing care.
Support services for issues involving discrimination, discriminatory harassment and sexual misconduct.
Low-cost housing options with shared common spaces.
Mandatory health insurance plan for international students.
Funding resources for international students.
Short-term emergency loans for U-M Law School students.
Emergency assistance for LSA students.
Financial support for various academic pursuits.
Food insecurity resources for U-M community members.
Student employment opportunities available through Michigan Dining.
Various services and resources for nutrition needs.
Emergency assistance for U-M Medical School students.
Financial aid options for new undergraduate students.
Emergency assistance for School of Nursing students.
Community health and wellness center in Washtenaw County.
Online search tool for discounted prescription medication and assistance programs.
Private student loan options outside of financial aid packages.
Emergency assistance for School of Public Policy students.
Fellowships, grants and scholarships available to Rackham graduate students.
Emergency assistance for Rackham Graduate School students.
Research job grants for UROP students experiencing a financial need.
Emergency assistance for School of Information students.
Short-term, interest-free loan available to current students.
Emergency assistance for U-M School of Social Work students.
Work-study and non-work-study jobs available to students.
Student employment opportunities available through Student Life.
On-campus produce stand with fresh, affordable produce.
Full-service law office with services for U-M students.
Full-service law office that provides guidance on renting.
Full-service law office that provides guidance on subletting.
Various resources for approaching conflict resolution.
Various resources for resolving conflict with the university.
Free and confidential services for sexual assault survivors.
Learn how The Affordable Care Act impacts students.
Full-service health care center located in Washtenaw County.
Off-campus support for resolving disputes.
Free public bus option with U-M’s MCard.
Additional resources for internal and external funding.
General information about U-M transit.
On-campus housing resources available to U-M students.
Shared living communities available to U-M students.
After-hours transportation options that are low-cost and/or free.
Free U-M bus option with regular, frequent routes.
Dental services offered to students and the public with fees on a sliding scale.
Off-campus housing program with variety of resources.
Need-based grant funding for undocumented students.
Assistance for uninsured medical and dental expenses incurred by students.
Health care resource with some services available at no out-of-pocket cost.
Free nurse advice line with 24-hour service.
Resource for obtaining Michigan Medicaid health insurance.
On-campus and community resources for financial and medical needs.
Mental health care line with 24-hour service.
Affordable dental service for anyone needing care.
Work-study employment for students with a financial need.