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We think it is significant that several years ago we decided
to become the Office of Student Services in place of the Office
of Student Affairs. More than a simple exchange of words it
created an entirely new direction, enlarged our scope and em-
phasized what it is we are really here for-to SERVE the stu-
You will see detailed on this page the various units within
our office which have been created to meet specific needs. In
addition we have an Ombudsperson to assist students in their
encounters with the complex bureaucratic systems of a large
university and the community.
We are always
looking for new approaches to enhance your
education and to make living here more enriching for yo u r
total self-development. This is a goal which is hard to define,
but may best be exemplified by the sense of security you may
have in years to come when sending your own children here.
We want your ideas toward the achievement of these goals.
We want to be
that the U in the University is
HENRY JOHNSON, Vice President for Student Services
3310 MICHIGAN UNION-764-7423
The Housing Information Office is the focal point for
information and assistance regarding all types of hous-
ing on the Ann Arbor campus. Professional staff mem-
bers are available to assist members of the University
community with all their housing needs.
Traditionally, newly entering students have chosen to
live in University owned and operated facilities. The only
students required to do so, however, are freshmen under
18 years of age who do not have parental permission to
live outside residence halls. To the best of our knowledge
very few students are required by their parents to live in
residence halls; nevertheless, about 95 per cent of the
freshmen choose these accommodations.
Up-To-Date information on Housing
207 Fletcher St.
A broad range of outpatient and inpatient
services including: full-time Medical Clinic
staff; over 15 specialty clinics, pharmacy, lab-
oratory, accredited thirty-three bed hospital
3400 Michigan Union-7634182
Provides resources to facilitate the leadership and initiative
of students, faculty and staff to enable students to acquire skills
for responsible living as free individuals. Learning and practice
in applying these skills in individual and organizational settings
which contribute to the students' sense of competence, independ-
ence and responsibility are stressed. Particular emphasis is placed
on the importance of inter and intra organizational development
and relationships and the coordination of efforts to formalize stu-
dent concerns and issues for attitudinal, structural and educational
changes within the University and the community. Program and
resource areas are:
FOR: Enrolled students, non-enrolled students (regis-
tered within past 12 months) and spouses.
Periodic health appraisals andi
service available to staff and
FOR SPECIFIC SERVICES, CALL:
Allergy Clinic -
BUSINESS OFFICE (Insurance)
Emergency Clinic-24 hrs. daily
faculty on a
THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER
OFFICE OF ETHICS AND
603 E. Madison
204 Michigan Union
408 Michigan Union
General Housing Information
Family Housing Assignments
Off-Campus Housing Referrals
Residence Hall Assignments
Small Group Housing
Educational Innovation Advocate
Women's Program Coordinator
Human Sexuality Advocate
Student Organizations Coordinator
Student Organization Business
Services 2400 Michigan Union
Housing Information Office
MEDICAL CLINIC (Med. Info.) 764-8325
Medical Records 764-7393
Problem Pregnancy Counseling 764-8313
VD INFO (request male or female Dr.) 763-4511
UNANSWERED QUESTIONS? CALL 764-3320 or pick
up a copy of the new Health Service Brochure ".... for
what's bugging you" at Health Service, LS&A or at reg-
EVENT AND FACULTY
3414 Michigan Union
2400 Michigan Union
2105 Michigan Union
1011 Student Activities
Hours 8:00/12:00, 12:30/4:30
CAMPUS BROADCASTING NETWORK-WRCN (AM
WCBN (FM 530 Student Act. Bldg.
" RESOURCE LIBRARY-Career information on all types of em-
ployment; graduate and undergraduate catalogs and direc-
tories. Come in and browse.
" CAREER PLANNERS-People to talk with about your career
alternatives, courses and majors related to careers, grad pro-
grams. On a walk-in basis (usually) or by appointment.
" With employers for career positions in schools, industry, busi-
ness, or government.
" With grad, law, bus. ad., and med. schools for admissions in-
* Minority program-counseling for minority students on careers
and job finding skills.
* Women's program-luncheons, workshops, and career infor-
mation to develop alternatives.
" Pre-professional advising for law,, med., dent., vet., and osteo.
JOB FINDING RESOURCES
# Job-Finding Workshops-Resumes, letters of application, job
interviewing, strategies in contacting employers.
" Current job openings-Civil Service information; Directories of
employers; Employer literature on career opportunities.
SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Students oe invited to bring any concern; the initial goals of the
counseling interaction are to achieve problem clarification, to
resolve immediate issues, and to identify appropriate strategies
for further problem resolution.
" problem clarification identification
" personal counseling for personal/social problems such as
relationship difficulties, personal effectiveness,
" couples counseling for married and unmarried couples
" groups and workshops for personal and interpersonal
Appointments can be made Monday through Friday from 8:00
a.m.-5:00 p.m. Groups and workshops are often offered during
late afternoon and evening hours. Call 764-8312 for information.
Confidentiality is assured. Information is released only with the
student's written permission.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION STOP BY OR CALL:
Third floor Michigan Union-764-8312
Second floor Health Service-764-8316
DIAL 76-GUIDE-24 Hour Service
Student counselors are available to talk about anything of a per-
sonal concern to the caller, including crisis situations. In addition
to personal phone counseling, GUIDE offers referral and infor-
mation help, aiding callers to find campus and community re-
sources, and supplying basic information about the University and
Ann Arbor communities. All calls and requests are confidential.
In the event of a University emergency, 76-GUIDE serves as a
center for information and rumor control.
As a minority student, a tenant, a disabled student
or a volunteer, communities can mean a lot to you. Com-
munity Services (CS) is all about the communities stu-
dents form on campus and the ways they relate to off-
campus communities. CS deals realistically and respon-
sively with where you're coming from, who you are and
what you care about through the following offices:
2205 Michigan Union
2211 Michigan Union
2205 Michigan Union
2204 Michigan Unton
1443 Washtenaw Ave.
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