DEI Resources For Students
1st Gen Engin program for first generation students in the College of Engineering
CEW+ (Center for the Education of Women) provides immediate and ongoing services and the financial support needed to ensure educational success and degree completion.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has one full-time counselor available for all currently enrolled students within the College of Engineering.
Diversity-focused Student Organizations in the College of Engineering
The Engineering C.A.R.E Center focuses on assisting engineering students in successfully transitioning through a variety of challenging circumstances that can impact their lives.
Mentoring programs in the College of Engineering
Michigan Learning Communities are self-selected groups, often from diverse backgrounds, drawn together by shared goals and common intellectual interests.
Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs engages the campus community and transforms the student experience to build inclusive spaces and equitable opportunities for all.
The Office of the Ombuds provides a confidential space for talking about any campus issue, concern, problem, or dispute. The
Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR) provides a variety of programs and services designed to support a safe, just, and peaceful community
The Rackham Resolution Office provides a safe and confidential environment to discuss concerns.
Services for Students with Disabilities provides accommodations and access to students with disabilities.
Students with Children is dedicated to the needs of student caregivers at the University of Michigan who juggle parenting, other family care, work, and study.
Sustainability, Civil, and Environmental Engineering Minorities : CEE student organization
Women in Science and Engineering is designed to increase the number of girls and women pursuing degrees and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics while fostering their future success. For Faculty & Staff
The Center for Engineering Diversity & Outreach (CEDO) provides expertise, leadership and programming to foster a climate that celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Discrimination, Discriminatory Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Reporting Form from the Office of Institutional Equity. The
Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning cultivates and steward equitable partnerships between communities and the University of Michigan in order to advance social change for the public good. The
English Language Institute provides language, academic, and intercultural instruction for international students and scholars and others who speak English as a second language.
Inclusive Spaces on campus, including the Wellness Zone, reflection rooms, lactation rooms and gender inclusive restrooms.
The International Center serves the international population, facilitates intercultural and international education, and fosters a global campus community.
The Office of Institutional Equity oversees, facilitates and supports the University’s efforts to ensure equal opportunity for all persons.
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC) provides individual support and advocacy, peer led support groups, and community education and skill building.
The Spectrum Center works toward enhancing the campus climate and support services for LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty. The
Trotter Multicultural Center serves as a campus facilitator, convener, and coordinator of intercultural engagement and inclusive leadership education initiatives.
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