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"We're Right in Your Own Backyard"
Interested in getting into extra- your nees Alo, don't mss a chance to hex
i tin Ann Arbor at the many International Center
Organizations, Activities and Programs office programs.
(S.O.A. P.) provides direct services, advisement
and consultation to students and student or- Do you enloy a night out listening
ganizations. The staff wants to help you find a to music? You can attend the largest co-
niche at the Big U through organizations and lege series of rock, folk, and rhythmn and blues
co-curricular experiences, organizational music in the country presented by the award
management workshops, or a credit 'course, winning Major Events Office. If you are inter-
team-taught by the S.O.A.P. staff. U.A.C. ested in jazz. MEO's student-run concert divi-,
(lectures, mini-courses, films, musicals, Home- -sian is Eclipse Jazz.
coming) or WCBN-WRCN student radio stations
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sk .,AP r ffice xinhe, Michan Unin topb sity Club. During good weather the Courtyard
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Wherever you live, whatever your problem, professional staff
members are here to respond to-your housing needs.

ON CAMPUS HOUSING
University residence halls or family
housing, we'll answer your questions
from rates to roommates!
call ....763-3164

OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING
Listings, information and advice about
all of the off-campus alternatives,
laws and leases; from houses to apart-
ments, from sublets to co-ops.
call ... 763-3205

Are you interested in developing
your hidden artistic talents? The
Artist and Craftsmen Guild offers the Col-
laborative Series of art workshops and classes
designed to surface your hidden abilities. They
also coordinate the Summer Arts Festival and
the Christmas Art Fair.
Want to study, travel, or work
abroad? Or, are you a foreign student? The
International Center has information and
advisors who can help you with most of all

outdoor barbecued specialties. The University
Club Dining RoomwIiontinue to offer menu
'service. And, weekdays from 4:00 until 7:00
p.m'., the UniverstfCiub Bbr will feature their
Happy Hour; watch for specials and programs.
Do you have a question? Are you
having trouble finding an answer?
The Campus Information Center is an infor-
motion and referral source. The staff can tell
you what's happening on campus, direct you to
the office that can help you with your par-
ticular problem, or help you to findl out what
facilities are available to you around campus.

LANDLORD-TENANT MEDIATION SERVICE
Don't lose sleep over a dispute with your landlord.
Bring your problems to our neutral service.
We're good at being in the middle!
call... 764-7455
HOUSING INFORMATION OFFICE
1011 STUDENT ACTIVITIES BLDG.

THAT'S US. THE MICHIGAN UNION.
Student Organizations, Activities and Programs The Major Events Office
The Artist and Craftsmen Guild Michigan Union Food Service
The International Center Campus Information Center

Career Planning and Placement
3200 Student Activities Bldg.

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Community Services
2204 Michigan Union
Our facilities and staff are here to help you find ways to participate in the Univer-
sity and Ann Arbor Communities. Through various community-oriented activities,
you have the opportunity to learn by DOING and help others at the same time.

WORKSHOPS -lv
are designed to help you identify your skills,
values, and interests; to explore career possi-
bilities; to learn about job hunting, resume writ-
ing, and interviewing.
CAREER COUNSELORS
are here to meet your individual needs regard-
ing your educational and career goals.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
offers you experience while earning money.
CREDENTIAL SERVICES
to support your school admission or job hunting.

4-7460
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
for your special interests . . . Minority Services,
Women's Career Issues, Health Career Day, Pre-
Law Day, Pre-Business School Day.
INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS
give you the opportunity to test career interests
in public service and business.
PRE-PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANCE
thinking about law, med., dent., vet., or osteo.
schools? Come talk fo our pre-professional
counselor.

MINORITY STUDENT SERVICES deasls with
individual as well as minority group needs, rang-
ing from academic to community related areas.
Counselors can advise you in these areas and
also represent the ethnic communities on campus.
2205 MICHIGAN UNION
764-8131
DISABLED STUDENT SERVICES offers support
for the disabled student on campus in a variety
of ways. We are here to help you adjust to the
University community through individual coun-
seling, information referral, as well as working
with the University to make things better-for
you.

TROTTER HOUSE is available to minority student
organizations for meetings, seminars, and lec-
tures. We provide space and staff to support
cultural and education programs.
1433 WASHTENAW 763-4692
PROJECT COMMUNITY gives you the oppor-
tunity to reach'out into the community, providing
need-oriented services as well as experiential
learning for yourself. Projects range from work-
ing in a classroom environment to counseling
and tutoring prison inmates. Academic credit
available.
2209 MICHIGAN UNION
763-3548

SENIORS: WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE USE
OF YOUR ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
STARTING IN OCTOBER

CAREER RESOURCES LIBRARY
provides you with descriptions of hundreds of
careers, information to support your job search
(resume writing, interviewing, "contact" infor-
mation); graduate school programs.

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HEALTH SERVICE
207 Fletcher Street
764-8320 (for information)
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 Uni-
versity 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, after hour emergency care, in addition to maintaining a 21 bed hos-
pital floor. We also have a laboratory, X-ray department, and pharmacy on the

COUNSELING SERVICES
3rd floor Michigan Union
764-8312

WHAT WE ARE: We offer a wide range of
programs and activities to assist you in solving
personal problems, and increasing your per-
sonal 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, religious concerns, worries
and anxieties about school and career, feeling
inefficient in pursuing goals, and being able to

MINORITY COUNSELING & INFOR-
MATION: MCI is a program designed to con-
tribute to both the educational and personal
r *owth of Afro-American, Asian-American,
Native-American, and Hispanic-American stu-
dents at the University. MCI is staffed by minor-
ity students (peers) to do informal supportive
counseling and lead groups that focus on issues
of special interest to minority students.

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