Care

Health & Well-Being Services

As we navigate this year unlike any other, addressing both our physical and mental health needs have become more challenging than ever. U-M has developed and adapted many of its health and well-being services to better address your current needs and help you stay well.

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COVID-19 Care

Mental Health & Well-being Resources

In addition to caring for those with COVID-19, adjusting to the many changes and stresses of this year have made focusing on our mental health and well-being more important than ever. Many of the resources below have been created or expanded to meet the increased needs of our community:

  • Well-being Breaks: With the elimination of spring break this year, two well-being breaks have been added to the winter semester calendar on Feb 24 and March 23, 2020.

  • Counseling and Psychological Services provides information, services, and tools to help students, staff, faculty, and family members reach their full potential. They recently added eight additional counselors to reduce wait times and augment services, which are mostly virtual for students during the pandemic.

  • Campus recreational sports facilities will be available to the U-M community throughout the winter term.

  • Well-Being for Students is Student Life's resource page for information and wellness tips related to COVID-19.

  • University Health Service offers health care and individual wellness coaching to support students' well-being and can be provided in-person or virtually.

Virtual Activities

  • Beyond Campus is a collection of virtual offerings from across campus to help students meet people and make connections, even if you cannot physically be on campus.
  • Virtual Winterfest.
  • University Health Service has developed Connecting during COVID a page that addresses social well-being during this time by providing tips, links and resources for U-M students.
  • First Year Experience will relaunch the Community Matters Cohort Program for the winter term.
  • Sign up for weekly newsletters on the latest events -- virtual and in-person -- from the Center for Campus Involvement.
  • Inclusive Campus Resources help students find support and community on the U-M campus.
  • Not sure where to get started? Use this decision tree of suggestions of ways to find community and have fun here: Find community.