IN THE NEWS: Lives of the Party - Why Inclusion Matters Most of All
My first experience in the Fleming Administration Building on the campus of the University of Michigan came as a graduate student in the 1980s. It was loud, and it was passionate. READ MORE
IN THE NEWS: SuccessConnects Aims to Assist Underrepresented New Students
SuccessConnects is a program guided by the Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives that works with underrepresented freshman students to help them sort their way through the pool of resources available to them, as well as the academic and social challenges the University of Michigan could potentially pose for them. It primarily seeks to serve first-generation college students, low-income students and students from underrepresented minorities.
Detroit Connector Launches New Website
Since it’s inception in September 2013, the Detroit Connector has bridged the geographical gap between Ann Arbor and Detroit for countless U-M faculty, staff, and students. To better serve this transit community, a new, mobile-friendly website is now available to help guide riders to their destination.
Vice Provost Units Place Greater Emphasis on Supportive Services
Community impact and student success have been a driving force behind the missions of three units that report to the Office of the Vice Provost for Equity, Inclusion and Academic Affairs (OVPEIAA). Beginning this fall, the Center for Educational Outreach (CEO), Detroit Center and Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives (OAMI) will continue in those missions while placing an even greater emphasis serving the university community.