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You’ve already got what it takes to succeed at LSA. The following resources are here to help you thrive personally and academically.

Academic Advising

The Newnan Advising Center will help you develop your academic and professional goals, make informed decisions, and act with increasing independence. Students have access to full-time, peer, and departmental advisors.

LSA Opportunity Hub

The LSA Opportunity Hub is an initiative dedicated to pairing the broad and valuable skills of a liberal arts education with real-life experience, strategic advising, and the benefit of connecting with employers and alumni.

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.

Comprehensive Studies Program

The Comprehensive Studies Program (CSP) is a non-residential learning community organized around the principles of diversity, access, equity, and inclusion, offering student-centered instruction, holistic advising, counseling, and a supportive community.

LSA Scholarships

The LSA Scholarship Office strives to provide funding for an array of learning opportunities. This encompasses everything from studying abroad to internships to making education a financial reality.

Intergroup Relations

This social justice education program prepares you to live and work in a diverse world and encourages choices that advance equity, justice, and peace. 

Science Learning Center

This resource center supports teaching and learning in the natural sciences. These disciplines at U-M include astronomy, biology, biophysics, chemistry, earth and environmental sciences, and physics.

Gayle Morris Sweetland Center for Writing

Receive one-on-one writing instruction and free programs to further your understanding of assignments, develop ideas, and make revisions. Outreach includes tutoring, workshops, courses, and more. 

Language Resource Center

The Language Resource Center supports faculty, staff, and students involved in the study of languages, literatures, and cultures at the University of Michigan. 


Math Lab

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. 

Physics Tutoring

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.

The English Language Institute (ELI)

ELI provides courses, workshops, advising, studios, and more for international students and scholars who speak English as a second language.

Testing Accommodation Center

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 disabilities. 

Services for Students with Disabilities

The Services for Students with Disabilities office provides robust support services and academic accommodations to students with disabilities. 

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 

The office of Counseling and Psychological Services works to ensure that all students have access to care, receive high-quality services, and take positive pathways to mental health. This office also works to nurture and develop student engagement on campus. 

Academic Success Program (Athletics)

More than 700 student athletes have access to a dedicated space on State Street for academic support, including individual and group study areas, computer labs, meeting rooms for tutorial work, and more.

Wellness Support

At U-M, you’ll find holistic support for every facet of your well-being. Resources are available to encourage your emotional, physical, and intellectual wellness — and that’s just the beginning.