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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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OFFICES OF SPECIAL SERVICE
The International Center-
F endly people plus Assists in financial, immigration, housing, and personal adjustment of international stud
for Americans planning overseas study and travel. Ground Floor, Michigan Union (South
Information apd 9310.
counseling . Religious Affairs Office-
g ~tCounseling offered with special sensitivity about religious and ethical concerns. Staff me
the University community on educational, political and social issues, helping to coordinat
grams of campus religious groups. The library is open for study. Third Floor, Michigan
Careers On-Camnpus Interviews 7442.
" RESOURCE LIBRARY-Career information M With employers for career positions in
on all types of employment; graduate and schools, industry or government. Project Community-
undergraduate catalogs a n d directories. An organization responding to demands from the community for services. 2210 Stude
Come in and browse. 0 With grad and law schools for admis-Anognzto repnigodma sfomhec mutyorevcs.21Sue
sions information. Building. 763-3548.
0 CAREER PLANNERS-People to talk with
about your career alternatives, courses and Job-Hunting Workshops Student Mediation Services-
majors related'to careers, grad programs.
On a walk-in basis (usually) or by appoint- 0 Resumes, letters of application, interview- Provides information and assistance to tenants and landlords in matters ,related to r e n
ment. ing skills. arrangements. 334 Michigan Union. 763-4184.
SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES Organizational Services-
Provides information on campus and community group activities and events. Assists in for
groups. Fourth Floor, Michigan Union. 764-0207.
When you Ombudsperson-
see this ... think of us! Helps students solve problems encountered in the often impersonal and complex bur
3rd Floothe University. 339 Michigan Union. 763-4182.
Student Auditor's Office-
Student Activities Bldg. Acts as bank for deposits and expenditures for student organizations, giving
764-7460 'ege of using University facilities and services. 240 Michigan Union (South
Legal Counseling to Student Organizations-
Information and counsel on matters of I e g a I importance to student organi
Michigan Union. 763-1385.
*iTHIRD FLOOR, MICHIGAN UNION (South Wing
a BLACK STUDENT ADVOCATE ............. 76
+ CHICANO STUDENT ADVOCATE ............7
EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION ADVOCATE .... 76
GAY ADVOCATE ............... .........76
NATIVE AMERICAN ADVOCATE....... . 7
WOMEN'S ADVOCATE ............... .... ..7
Advocates provide assistance to student gro
individuals who are attempting to initiate at
structural and educational change within the
sity community; the central focus is to help
- -."develop skills in problem identification,
''-"solving, and program development.
- SERVICES *
304 Michigan Union
Immediate help for a wide range of problems and
questions . . . information about and referral to cam- .--
- -4 pus and community resources for any problem .
Someone to listen when you need to talk ... Spmeone
l- to respond if no one else seems to ...
e some pro-
it e d living
r *=" '% 'All calls and requests are confidential and a professional coun- t" ".
seling staff is available to help. Student staffed, located in lobby
of Michigan Union. . -" -
ti Minority Counseling
Minority students are available daily at -
-\South Quad and Trotter House. -
MCI assists Black and other minority students .4
in solving personal, financial, and adjust-"S
-*ment problems encountered at the Unive-U1
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