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Office of Student Conflict Resolution

OSCR provides a variety of services designed to support a safe, just and peaceful community, and to help Michigan students learn how to resolve conflict peacefully. OSCR offers a full-spectrum menu of conflict resolution pathways. These include Facilitated Dialogue, Restorative Justice Circles, Shuttle Negotiation, Social Justice Mediation, as well as the Formal Conflict Resolution process as described by the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities. (www.oscr.umich.edu/statement/). The Statement is an expression of Michiganís values that outlines both the rights that U-M students enjoy as well as responsibilities they accept as members of this community. OSCR staff members are available to consult regarding conflict resolution services. Please call to speak with a staff member or to make an appointment.

Website: http://oscr.umich.edu

Phone:

(734) 936-6308 - Main

Location:

G121 South Quad
600 East Madison
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-

Hours:

Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm

Eligibility:

Enrolled U-M students and certain non-enrolled students based

Appointments:

Requested; drop-in advising may be available

Wait Time:

Payment: 

Free

 

Location and Affiliation

  • U-M Affiliated
  • Located in Ann Arbor
  • On Campus

Eligibility Information

  • Don't need to be enrolled student
  • Free Services Available

Treatment and Services

  • Walk-In Appointments

 

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