Support Resources

“During my freshman year, despite great homework and class participation grades, I would often have a panic attack in the middle of an exam, leaving me with much lower grades than I knew I could get. After talking to the SSD office, they set me up with time and a half on exams and a smaller, quiet room to take the test in, allowing me to focus less on my nerves around time and crowds and more on proving my knowledge of the material.”


Autism Collaborative Center (ACC) 

The ACC is a non-profit center at Eastern Michigan University. They welcome clients of all ages and ability levels within the autism spectrum, and have a focus on including/supporting the entire family living with autism spectrum disorder whenever appropriate. Services are wide ranging and might include support for academics, life skills support, social and emotional support and skill building, mentoring, advocacy, organization for academics and daily living, daily check in, parent support, etc.

Center for Neuropsychology, Learning & Development

CNLD offers comprehensive assessment services including neuropsychological, psychological and developmental evaluations. The clinic also provides therapy services for individuals (adult, teen and child) and families, as well as parent guidance. They work with other professionals in the local community who offer specialized tutoring for: learning difficulties; advocacy for clients; speech and language therapy; occupational and physical therapy; mental health interventions and medical services.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 

CAPS is free to all enrolled U-M Ann Arbor campus students. Services include crisis intervention, brief personal counseling and short-term psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and groups. CAPS provides individual and community resources such as MiTalk, The Wellness Zone, workshops, and mental health student groups.

Packard Health 

Packard Health offers a uniquely integrated model of health care that combines primary care, mental health care, health promotion, and disease management programs in one comprehensive family practice setting. Packard Health patients have access to psychiatry and social services for the treatment of mental illness. Patients work together with medical and behavioral health care staff to plan and manage their medication and solution-oriented therapy.

Saint Joseph Mercy Health System: Behavioral Services 

SJMBS offers a complete range of outpatient mental health services. Our professional staff of dedicated clinicians includes psychologists, adult and child psychiatrists, social workers, all of who have a wide variety of clinical expertise and experience working with people in need of assistance.

The University Psychological Clinic

The Psychological Clinic provides mental health services to clients 18 years and older, including individual and group therapy as well as psychological evaluations. Services include treatment for mood disorders (like anxiety and depression), post-traumatic stress disorder, adult ADHD, and many other challenges. The approach to each client is tailored to ensure each person is treated as an individual, focusing on what is important to them.

The University Center for Child and the Family (UCCF)

UCCF offers a comprehensive range of mental health services for children, adolescents, parents, and families. Clients can receive treatment and clinical assessments in many areas, including social skills, relationships, grief and loss, mood disorders in children, learning disabilities, and more. UCCF also offers workshops on ADHD and learning disabilities, parenting through divorce, and developing coping skills. Services for autism spectrum disorders are offered through the UM-ACTS program

Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg and Family Depression Center

The Eisenberg Depression Center is the first ever multi-disciplinary center dedicated to research, education, and treatment of depressive and bipolar illnesses. The Eisenberg Depression Center brings together the world-class resources from Michigan Medicine and U-M Schools and Colleges. The result: a unified approach to diagnosing, understanding, treating—and eventually preventing—depression. In addition to treatment services provided through the Department of Psychiatry Outpatient Clinics, the Eisenberg Depression Center offers free support groups for patients with depression and bipolar disorder, and family education workshops.

Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office 

The Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO) provides support and assistance to University staff and faculty in resolving personal or work related concerns. Through a range of sensitive and innovative services, FASCCO seeks to enhance the emotional health, well-being and job performance of members of the university community. By providing confidential and professional counseling, coaching, training and consultation services to staff, faculty, retirees, benefit-eligible adult dependents and departments, FASCCO helps individuals develop and foster strengths and resiliency to enhance their personal and professional lives.



Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs

The Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs and the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center serve as resources of support for diverse student populations in our campus community. The staff’s primary focus is to enhance the success of students by building a sense of intra-community through intellectual, social, and cultural educational opportunities; promote a healthier, multicultural and respectful climate that allows for meaningful cross-cultural partnerships among student communities; and engage students in efforts to further develop and deepen their intercultural skills and competencies.

Office of Ombuds

The Ombuds office is a place where student questions, complaints and concerns about the functioning of the University can be discussed confidentially in a safe environment. The Office offers informal dispute resolution services, provides resources and referrals, and helps students consider options available to them. The Office operates independently as a supplement to existing administrative and formal dispute resolution processes and has no formal decision–making authority.

Office of Services for Students with Disabilities

Services for Students with Disabilities (SSWD) provides services to students with visual impairments, learning disabilities, mobility impairments, hearing impairments, chronic health problems and psychological disabilities (i.e. a diagnosed mental illness or disorder that substantially limits one or more major life activities). They offer selected student services which are not provided by other University offices or outside organizations including advice, support and advocacy to students with disabilities and referrals for professional evaluations and testing for conditions.

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.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center 

SAPAC provides educational and supportive services for the University of Michigan community related to sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, sexual harassment, and stalking. Services include 24-hour crisis line, crisis intervention and follow up; and advocacy with the university, legal, and medical systems.

Spectrum Center 

Spectrum Center provides a comprehensive range of education, information and advocacy services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, faculty, and staff, their families and friends, and the campus community at large. The staff offers informal counseling for individuals as well as referrals to professional counseling both within and outside the University community.

Student Veterans Assistance Program 

The Student Veterans Assistance Program helps veterans, guardsmen, reservists, and others receiving US military benefits in making a successful transition into the U-M community. Staff can help students make the transition from active military duty to U-M, and from U-M to active military duty by guiding students to the resources they need to make the most of their U-M experience.

University Health Service (UHS)

UHS provides health care services including medical management of common mental health issues. 

Wolverine Wellness

Through Wolverine Wellness at UHS, students may seek services to improve their overall well-being through Wellness Coaching. Common coaching topics include adjustment to U-M, academic concerns, relationships, stress/anxiety management, physical health, sexual health, sleep, alcohol and other drugs, and more.


Center for Education of Women 

The Center for the Education of Women (CEW), a unit of the University of Michigan, offers services to students, faculty, staff and community members. The CEW’s counseling services support women and men through an exploration of educational and career interests within the context of relationships and life circumstances.

The University Center for Language and Literacy (UCLL)

UCLL provides specialized testing, evaluation and treatment for difficulties related to communication, whether they are with reading, writing, speaking, and/or comprehension. UCLL provides services to clients of all ages, from pre-school to college to older adults. UCLL services are individualized, intensive and innovative, offering individual speech-language therapy, a literacy and reading intervention program, services designed to bolster academic success, and the intensive, comprehensive U-M Aphasia Program, one of few such programs available in the country. 

University of Michigan Career Center 

The Career Center assists students from all academic units with their career exploration, job search skill development and interest in advanced educational opportunities. Services include individual career counseling, programs and workshops.

University of Michigan Dean of Students Office

The Dean of Students Office serves as a central point of inquiry for students with concerns not addressed in other areas of the University including mental health-related concerns. Possessing an effective understanding of University policies, procedures, and community life, staff work with individual students, student groups, staff, and faculty to resolve conflicts and eliminate barriers to educational and personal goals.

University of Michigan International Center 

The U-M International Center provides a variety of services to assist international students, scholars, faculty and staff at the University of Michigan as well as American students. The International Center advises on immigration, adjustment to U.S. society and American culture, academic concerns and community resources, and also conducts workshops and orientation sessions for international students, scholars, and U-M departments.

University of Michigan Language Resource Center 

Serves, supports, and promotes the study and instruction of foreign languages, cultures, and literatures.

University of Michigan Math Lab 


The University of Michigan Mathematics Laboratory (Math Lab) is a walk-in tutoring service available free to all UM students.

University of Michigan Science Learning Center 

Supports teaching and learning in the natural sciences. Houses computer labs, meeting alcoves, study space and a loan desk for reserve and study materials. Services include study groups, academic advising, GSI office hours, and science resources.

University of Michigan Sweetland Writing Center 

Provides free consultation to students who seek help with academic writing. Services include peer tutoring, online editing, and one-on-one writing workshops.


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