THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, September 6, 1973
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The Office of Student Services (O.S.S.) exists to maintain the balance between student needs and the rest of the University commu-
nity. Through the five units of O.S.S. (Housing, Health Service, Career Planning and Placement, Office of Special Services and
Programs (O.S.S.&P.), and Counseling Services), we seek to provide a comprehensive program of referral, counseling and related
"' services. Counseling is available at a preventive level as well as a crisis level, for both academic and developmental problems.
-°Our goal) is to facilitate the educational development of students at the University of Michigan, and to be both an advocate on
behalf of the Students to the Administration as well as an advocate on behalf of the Administration to the students. The creative
tension that is a result of these two roles manifests itself in a feeling, on the part of O.S.S., of strong commitment to meet the
needs of students. Both the physical and educational environment of the student is our concern, and we wish to aid personal de-
' velopment as well. We have a commitment to helping students, in order that they be better able to function in.a humane, intelli-
gent and sensitive manner.
On these two pages is a brief description of each of the five units of O.S.S. Please note important telephone numbers, or keep
these pages for reference. We would like to hear from you; both positive and negative comments are welcome so that we may
better serve you in the future.
OFFICE OF STUDENT SERVICES
HENRY JOHNSON, Vice-President of Student Services
307 MICHIGAN UNION 764-7423
-FREE HOUSING SERVICE UNIVER!
The Housing Information Office is the focal point for information and assistance regarding all types H L
of housing on the Ann Arbor campus. Professional staff members are available to assist members
of the University community with all their housing needs.i-
Traditionally, newly entering students, have chosen to live in University owned and operated fa- '*
cilities.' The only students required to do so, however, are freshmen under 18 years of age who do OFFERS: A broad range of outpatient and iipa
not have parental permission to live outside residence halls. To the best of our knowledge very few Medical Clinic staff; over 15 specialty
students are required by their parents to live in residence halls; nevertheless, about 95 per cent of 1 -- FOR: Enrolled students, non-enrolled students (
the freshmen choose these accommodations. :and spouses.
FOR SPECIFIC SERVICES, CALL:
UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION *C4
BUSINESS OFFICE (nsurance)
ON HOUSING CASHIER (Accounts)
CA.LL..-Emergency Clinic-24 hrs. daily
; Gyn/Contraception Clinic
General Housing Information 763-3164 - Immunization Clinic
Family Housing Assignments 763-3168 Infirmary
-_ - MEDICAL CLINIC (Med. Info.)
Off-Campus Housing Referrals 764-7400 Medical Records
- Mental Health Clinic
Residence Hall Assignments 763-3164
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