Student Life

  1. September 22, 2022

    Future residence hall to be named after E. Royster Harper

    A future U-M residence hall will be named in honor of E. Royster Harper, a a vice president emerita for student life and longtime campus leader who was devoted to helping students succeed.  

  2. May 19, 2022

    Temporary recreation facility available during CCRB construction

    A temporary recreation facility will provide the U-M community with continuous access to indoor recreation space during the construction of the new Central Campus Recreation Building. 

  3. April 18, 2022

    Mortenson named chief mental health officer in Student Life

    Student Life has appointed Lindsey Mortenson, currently the acting executive director and medical director for University Health Service, as the campus’ inaugural chief mental health officer.

  4. April 7, 2022

    Free menstrual product program expanding on Ann Arbor campus 

    All public restrooms on U-M’s main Ann Arbor campus, as well as at many Athletics and Michigan Medicine facilities, will be stocked with free menstrual products.

  5. February 22, 2022

    Student Life seeks nominations for student leadership awards

    Student Life is asking faculty, staff and students to nominate student leaders for  the Michigan Difference Student Leadership Awards. Nominations are due March 7.

  6. February 17, 2022

    Connie Tingson Gatuz appointed AVP for student life

    Connie Tingson Gatuz, currently vice president for student affairs and mission integration at Madonna University, has been appointed associate vice president for student life at U-M.

  7. January 7, 2022

    Student Life provides guidance for students with COVID-19

    Leaders from Student Life have sent a message to all U-M students providing guidance and information about what they should do if they have tested positive for COVID-19.

  8. November 18, 2021

    CAPS piloting online platform to support student mental health

    Counseling and Psychological Services is piloting a new mental health and well-being resource that allows students to receive and provide support anonymously through an online peer-to-peer community.

  9. October 13, 2021

    Energy-conserving windows installed at Oxford Houses

    Approximately 16,000 square feet of replacement windows at Oxford Houses student-housing facility are expected to significantly reduce energy use and save heating and cooling costs.

  10. August 30, 2021

    Student mental health committee shares report, recommendations

    U-M is launching comprehensive action to transform how the health and well-being needs of students can be holistically addressed. The approach is outlined in a new report.