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LSA Advancement is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, LSA Advancement will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, please contact us at 734.615.6333 or via email at


In addition to a career filled with purpose and opportunity, The University of Michigan offers a comprehensive benefits package to help you stay well, protect yourself and your family and plan for a secure future. Benefits include:

  • Competitive pay
  • Generous time off
  • Retirement plan with 2:1 matching contributions and immediate vesting
  • Many choices for comprehensive health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Long-term disability coverage
  • Flexible spending accounts for healthcare and dependent care expenses

"I love that our Advancement team does such a wide range of work, and people have taken such varied paths to our office. Our best work is a showcase for these individual talents and backgrounds coming together to do bigger things than any of us could do alone. We all recognize that work is an incredibly important part of our lives, something that we derive a lot of purpose and fulfillment from, while also appreciating and respecting the lives we lead beyond the office. Our culture is as kind as it is ambitious, as people-first and it is high-achieving, and as flexible as it is consistently-stellar."

Joe Murray, Major Gift Officer

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LSA Advancement integrates the college's fundraising and marketing and communications operations on one team. This model enables a well-supported and coordinated approach to engage with all of the college’s audiences, both internal and external, from students and faculty to alumni and donors, prospective students, the media, and beyond.  Explore more about our services or take a look at our organizational chart.



We strive to live our values each and every day. We each play an important role and contribute to building our culture in impactful ways. Here are some of the defining aspects of our culture.   


LSA Advancement is committed to being an anti-racist, inclusive organization. We value diversity and welcome folks of every identity. We are on a journey of self-improvement, committing to the following efforts:

  • We learn. We each commit to completing several DEI classes offered through the college to help us understand how to make LSA Advancement an inclusive, equitable, and collaborative space to work, learn, teach, discover, and thrive together.
  • We support. Advancement Advocates, an employee-led group, leads optional dialogues on issues affecting our work and our lives, and shares thought-provoking DEI Boosts, which are emails on a specific topic, to deepen our understanding of various issues and improve our ability to support one another.
  • We listen. We actively seek to understand the experiences of all staff through a variety of means, including surveys, focus groups, peer-to-peer dialogue, anti-racist/equity listening sessions, and more. What we learn informs what we do.
  • We talk. Our employee-led Culture Team facilitates activities that build and sustain a positive culture. At LSA Advancement, everyone has a voice and is empowered and encouraged to use it.
  • We evaluate. The inclusivity review team, a cross-functional group of staff, is reviewing and modifying our hiring and operational processes and policies.
  • We grow. Each of us commits to our individual learning and growth to learn more about DEI, the liberal arts, effective communication, positive culture, and more.

What are your ideas? We'd love to hear your perspective and thoughts on how we can be and do better! 



Work Location

We are moving to a lovely office space at 309 Maynard in the heart of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Employees enjoy the open-concept layout with plenty of rooms to collaborate and meet in groups. Our office is a short walk from the main University of Michigan campus, where we will often travel for meetings with other campus partners and students.

Flexible Work Arrangements

As part of the University of Michigan's Future Work Initiative and LSA Advancement's Flexible Work Arrangements, staff can work on-site or hybrid (both remote and on-site). We are committed to flexible work policies. Have questions about additional flexibility? Let us know!

Sustainable Office

LSA Advancement is proud to be a sustainable office and has reached silver level certification!

This means: 

  • Our department saves plastic, and takes them to drop boxes for the Plastic Pollution Solution initiative.
  • Staff leave lights off in certain areas when not needed.
  • Electronic documents are used rather than printing when possible.
  • Nearly all staff meetings are paperless.
  • Sleep settings are set according to LSA standards.

Our annual Green Clean Day is a FUN event dedicated to cleaning out departmental space and maximizing recycling, reuse, and waste reduction. Green Clean Days originated with the Ross School of Business and have filtered throughout the University. This day is a great opportunity to create much-needed space for storage by purging files and materials!

Tying in with our Green Clean Day, there is usually a University of Michigan Office Shopping Day where staff can get rid of excess or unwanted supplies. The items are generally donated to non-profit organizations.




DEI Strategic Plan

LSA is committed to a long-term plan for fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion for all students, staff, and faculty.

Land Use Statement

We acknowledge the university’s origins in a land grant from the Anishinaabeg (including Odawa, Ojibwe, and Boodewadomi) and Wyandot. We further acknowledge that our university stands, like almost all property in the United States, on lands obtained, generally in unconscionable ways, from indigenous peoples. Knowing where we live and work does not change the past, but a thorough understanding of the ongoing consequences of this past can empower us in our research, teaching, and outreach to create a future that supports human flourishing and justice for all individuals.

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