Knowing about and utilizing campus academic resources is the key to success, especially in the early stages of your pre-health journey.
In order to make the most of your time here at Michigan, we encourage you to seek out places where you can connect with other students with the same academic interests and concerns as you have. There are many learning centers and offices on campus that can ensure you’re getting the best experience you can both in and out of the classroom, and we encourage you to check them out!
The Comprehensive Studies Program (CSP) is a premier student success program invested in the mission to continuously engage, shape, provide academic guidance for, and retain undergraduate students from diverse populations with outstanding potential for success at the University of Michigan. CSP coordinates and provides instruction, holistic advising, counseling, student development opportunities, and a supportive learning community to equip our students with the academic, personal, and social tools that lead to academic achievement, retention and graduation.
TRANSFER STUDENT CENTER
The Transfer Student Center offers a dedicated space, dedicated staff, and dedicated services just for transfer students. Get familiar with the resources and people who can help you feel even more at home at LSA.
This office provides robust support services and academic accommodations to students with disabilities.
Reasonable testing accommodations are provided to students with verified disabilities who are enrolled in LSA courses. The center’s aim is to make education accessible for students with verified disabilities.
This resource center supports teaching and learning in the natural sciences at the University of Michigan. The natural science disciplines at U-M include astronomy, biology, biophysics, chemistry, earth and environmental sciences, and physics.
This center provides one-on-one writing instruction and free programs that help students understand assignments, develop ideas, and revise at the paragraph and sentence level. Outreach includes tutoring, workshops, courses, and more.
This unit within LSA supports faculty, staff, and students involved in the study of languages, literatures, and cultures at the University of Michigan.
This walk-in tutoring service is available free to all U-M students. Located in B860 East Hall, the Math Lab provides free tutoring for mathematics courses numbered through 217.
Several resources are available for students taking undergraduate physics courses including a Physics Help Room with walk-in hours, one-on-one tutoring, and problem-solving sessions.
In addition to these centers, the following departments, units, and groups maintain lists of tutors available to help students. Most of these tutors work on a fee basis. In some cases, department student groups provide free tutoring. To find the specifics for each department, visit the department or check on its website.