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Peer Advising Walk-in Hours in the Newnan Advising Center
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 12:00-5:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday   12:00-7:00 p.m.

Want to talk with an advisor from another UM college?
Advisors from Architecture, Engineering, Kinesiology, Music, and Pharmacy hold advising appointments in the LSA Newnan Advising Center.  Call the Newnan Advising Center at  764-0332 to schedule an appointment.

Engineering Walk-in Cross-Campus Transfer Advising
Monday-Friday, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
153 Chrysler Center

Pre-Health Quick Questions Advising
No appointment needed! Group-based advising is available throughout the Fall and Winter terms. Bring questions you don’t mind asking in front of your fellow students or just come listen to answers to others’ questions. Not held on holidays and cancellations will be posted on the Pre-health Information Ctools website and Facebook page.

Three sessions offered each week:

  • Mondays 1:00-3:00 p.m.  1255 Angell Hall
  • Tuesdays 3:00-5:00 p.m.  1255 Angell Hall
  • Thursdays 2:00-4:00 p.m. Science Learning Center in the Chem Building

Careers/Jobs/Volunteering

Career Center  ::  The Career Center is THE place to start your search for internships and jobs after graduation.

Student Employment Office  ::  Looking For a job on or near campus? The Student Employment Office lists employment opportunities within the university and with organizations and businesses outside the university.

Alumni Association  ::  The Alumni Association offers a variety of career services, including opportunities to meet with alumni mentors.

Ginsberg Center  ::  Ginsberg Center offers a range of programs and works with students and faculty to strengthen community service learning. You can find paid employment opportunities in addition to volunteer opportunities.

AnnArborUSA.org  ::  Internship opportunities and a list of companies located in Michigan that regularly hire college graduates into entry level jobs.

International Career Pathways  ::  The International Center sponsors a variety of programs on careers

University Housing  ::  University Housing offers a variety of jobs in the Residence Halls throughout the school year.

Rec Sports  ::  Rec Sports hires students for a variety of jobs in all areas of campus. Most the jobs are filled at the beginning of the semester but you can check back frequently to find any openings.

Undergraduate Admissions  ::  Offers both volunteer and paid positions.

Metromode  ::  Metromode covers economic development in Southeastern Michigan with a focus on new and expanding companies. Go to the Jobs tab to see available jobs and internship opportunities.

Scholarships & Fellowships

Financial Aid’s website where you can search for scholarships.

LSA Scholarship Office  ::  Provides an overview of the scholarships offered through LSA including the LSA Emergency Scholarships, and links to scholarship listings available.

Study Abroad Scholarships  ::  The Center for Global and Intercultural Studies web page on paying for study abroad. Scroll down for scholarships available for study abroad.

Provost’s Office  ::  Information on the Rhodes, Marshall, and Truman Scholarships

External Scholarships  ::  A list of scholarships offered by community, national, and international organizations.

UM Alumni Association  ::  The Alumni Association supports more than 130 scholarships for U-M students. Click here to go to the Alumni Association’s scholarship web page.

Library Scholarships Page  ::  Web page from the UM library that provides general information on searching for scholarships along with links to scholarship databases.

Honors Scholarship Listings  ::  The Honors program maintains a list of scholarships. You do not have to me a member of the Honors Program to apply for these scholarships.

Study & Work Abroad

Center for Global and Intercultural Studies :: UM’s office for global education programs, CGIS offers a variety of programs from year-long study abroad to short-term field-based extensions to on-campus courses. This is the place to start for exploring your education abroad options.

Ready, Set…Go Global! :: Find out how you can study abroad at our Ready, Set, Go Global! (RSGG) sessions, held Monday through Thursday from 3–4pm at the CGIS office in G155 Angell Hall.  Attending a RSGG session is required for all students participating in a CGIS program.

International Center :: The International Center’s Education Abroad Office provides information about options for studying, working, or traveling abroad to students. Their website provides links for finding non-UM study abroad programs.