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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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We think it issignificant that several
in place of the Office of Student Affairs
new direction, enlarged our scope and e

years ago we decided to become the Office of Student Services

. More than a
mphasized

simple exchange of words it

created an entirely

it is we are really here, for - to S E RV E the

students'

needs.

You

will see detailed o

n these pages the
addition we have

various units within our office wh

ich

have been created
in their encounters

to meet speci

fic

needs.

In*

an Ombudsperson to assist students

with the complex bureaucratic systems of a

l

arge university and the community.

We are a waysl

ooki

ng for

new approaches

to enhance your education and

to make

living

more enrich

ing

for

your total self-development. This is a goal which is hard to

define,

but

may

here
best
own

be exemp
children [

1

if ied

by the sense of security you may have in years

to come

when

s en

din

g your

1erC

Wewant,

your

ideas

toward the achievement of these goals.

We

want to be reminded that the U in the University is YOU!

HENRY JOHNSON, Vice President for Student

Services

307 MICHIGAN UNION

-764-7423

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1

SERVICE

UNIVERSITY
HEALTH SERVICE.
207 Fletcher St.

The Housing Information Office is the focal point for information
assistance regarding all types of housing on the Ann Arbor campus.

and
Pro-

fessional staff members 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, how-
ever, are freshmen under 18 years of age who do not have, parental per-
mission to live outside residence halls. To the best of our knowledge very
few students are required by their parents to live in residence halls; never-
theless, about 95 per cent of the freshmen choose these accommodations.
For
UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION ON HOUSING
CALL

OFFERS:

A broad range of outpatient and inpatient services including: full-
time Medical Clinic staff; o v e r 15 specialty clinics, pharmacy,
laboratory; accredited thirty-three bed hospital floor.

FOR: Enrolled students, non-enrolled students

(registered within past 12

months)

and spouses. Periodic health appraisals and immuniza-

tion service available to staff and faculty on a.limited basis.
FOR SPECIFIC SERVICES, CALL:

Allergy Clinic
BUSINESS OFFICE (Insurance)

CASH IER

(Accounts)

General Housing Information
Family Housing Assignments
Off-Campus Housing Referrals
Residence Hall Assignments
Small Group Housing

763-3164
763-3168
764-7400
763-3164
763-3205

Dentistry
Emergency Clinic-24 hrs. daily
Gyn/Contraception Clinic
Immunization Clinic
Infirmary

764-8304
764-7380
763-2426
764-7385
764-8347
763-4370
763-1418
764-7396
764-8325
764-7393
764-7387
764-8329
763-4511

MEDICAL CLINIC
Medical Records

(Med. Info.)

Pharmacy
Problem Pregnancy Counseling
VD INFO (request male or female dr.)

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