'age 22--Thursday, September 7, 1978-The Michigan Daily
3000 Michigan union
207 Fletcher St.
When you're no longer at home and mom can't
bring you chicken soup to make you feel better,
what do you do? The answer is simple, you come
to University Health Service. We don't claim to
specialize in chicken soup, but we do provide
a main medical clinic, over 10 specialty clinics
ranging from allergy to psychiatry, 24 hour
emergency care, in addition to maintaining a 30
bed hospital floor. We also have a laboratory,
X-ray department, and pharmacy on the premises.
For specific setiices call:
allergy clinic 764-8304 medical clinic 764-8325
dermatology clinic 764-7383 opthamology clinic 764-7384
gynecology/ otology clinic 764-7382
contraception 763-4370 VD information 763-4511
emergency clinic 764-8347
3rd floor Michigan Union
what we are: We offer a wide range of
programs and activities to assist you in solving
personal problems, and increasing your personal
effectiveness. Services are provided in groups~
workshops, and individual counseling sessions.
The types of problems often brought to us
include: difficulties in relationships, problems
making decisions, worries and anxieties about
school and career, feeling inefficient in pursuing
goals, and being able to communicate effectively.
who we are: We're staffed with profes-
sionals of varied backgrounds and training
(including social workers, psychologists, and
psychiatrists), as well as a select group of
how we work: You can walk in between
10 a.m.-12 noon or 3 p.m.-5 p.m. for an initial
meeting tofind out about our services and help
us determine how they may be of help to you.
In addition, from time to time, we will advertise
groups and workshops focusing on specific prob-
lems and issues common to most students.
76-Guide is a number to remember
-When you need to know where to go.
-When classes get you down.
-When you're lonely or confused.
-When your relationships aren't working out.
-When you just want someone to talk to.
-When you need a referralto campus or
76-Gulde has student counselors
24 hours a day to put YOU back
in the big 'U'
The Office of
We've got something for everybody.
Interested in getting into extracurricular activities? The
Student Activities Office wants to help you find a niche at
the Big U. Maybe UAC (lectures, films, musicals, Homecom-
ing), or WCBN-WRCN student radio station and it's new
video production unit, or any of the over 400 student organi-
zations and clubs.
Want to study, travel, or work abroad? Or, are you a
foreign student? The International Center has information
and advisors who can help. And don't miss a chance to
experience the culture of foreign lands right here in Ann
Arbor at the many International Center programs.
You can attend the largest college series of rock, folk, and
rhythm and blues music in the country presented by the
award winning Major Events office. The student run concert
division is Eclipse Jazz.
Moral and value issues are addressed by the programs of
the Office of Ethics and Religion where you can also find
information on religious resources in town.
If you want to enhance your personal growth, the -Student
Development staff offers small group discussion and work-
shops, on areas from taking charge of your life to dealing
with loneliness. We have experienced staff to help with
human sexuality concerns, women's issues, and educational
That's us. The Office of Student Programs:
Student Activities Office
Major Events Office
Office of Ethics and Religion
Student Development Office
located in the Michigan Union
Our facilities and staff are here to help you find ways to
participate in the University and Ann Arbor communities.
Through various community-oriented activities, you have
the opportunity to learn by DOING and help others at the
Minority Student Services deals with individual
as well as minority group needs, ranging from academic to
community related areas. Counselors can advise you in these
areas and also represent the ethnic communities on campus.
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Disabled Student Services offers support to the
disabled student on campus in a variety of ways. we are
here to help you adjust to the University community through
individual counseling, information referral, as well as work-
ing with the University to make things better for you.
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Project Community gives you the opportunity to
reach out into the community, providing need-oriented
services as well as experiential learning for yourself. Projects
range from working in a classroom environment to counsel-
ing and tutoring prison inmates. Academic credit available.
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Trotter House is available to minority student organi-
zations for meetings, seminars, and lectures. We provide
space and staff to support cultural and education programs.
We encourage you to visit our office early and often to take
advantage of the many services we provide to support you
in a search for a career.
are designed to help you identify your skills, values, and
interests; to explore career possibilities; to learn about job
hunting, resume writing, and interviewing.
are here to meet your individual needs in regards to your
educational and career goals.
thinking about law, med., dent., vet., or osteo. schools?
Come talk to our pre-professional counselor.
Career Resources Library
The Ombudsperson, Ms. Libby Daven-
provides you with descriptions of hundreds of careers,
information to support your job search (resume writing,
interviewing, "contact" information); graduate school
for your special interests . . Minority Services, Women's
Housing Information Office
Wherever you live . . . University dorm, family
housing, or off campus, we'll answer your ques-
tions from rates to roommates. Professional
staff members are here to respond to your
housing needs. 763-3164