Services for Students with Disabilities

Crisler Center is Accessible

The University of Michigan has established these policies and procedures in an effort to ensure that our guests with a disability enjoy their game day experience at Crisler Center. If you have any questions about these policies and procedures, please see the nearest Event Team Member. Also, if you have any post-game day input, please email us at

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Tackling Mental Health On Campus

The University of Michigan's Counseling and Psychological Services has hired specialized staffers in order to increase the availability of mental health services on campus. Are programs like this working, and should other campuses be following suit?

Alex's Great State Race - MSU v UM rivalry

On the Friday before the Michigan State / Michigan Game, a group of ROTC cadets from both institutions will meet at 3:30am at the Michigan State Spartan Statue. From there, they will run the official game ball 64 miles to Ann Arbor. This is to honor Alex Powell, a student at Michigan State University. His future was bright. Then cancer came along. Alex was treated at UM Cancer Center and UM Hospital. MSU’s Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities Office was pivotal in assisting Alex Powell adjust to his classes along with his illness.

When Alex passed away the Powell family decided to launch a friendly competition between MSU and UM to see who can raise the most money. This is how Alex’s Great State Race was formed. 

Limits in Providing Accommodations

Academic accommodation (VISA) letters are intended to level the academic playing field, but there are limitations to what SSD can provide.

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Six-Word Lessons on Females with Asperger Syndrome - Growing Up Autistic

Endorsed by leading Asperger syndrome expert, Dr. Tony Attwood, Six-Word Lessons on Female Asperger Syndrome gives you 100 honest, pointed lessons written by a woman with Asperger syndrome. Under the radar well into her thirties, the author illustrates little-known behavioral differences indicative of male and female Asperger syndrome, early signs for detection, coping strategies, diagnosis and more.

Goldman Sachs Diverse Abilities Career Event

Are you interested in Goldman Sachs? The Lime Network is here to help students with disabilities connect with Goldman Sachs staff. The Goldman Sachs Diverse Abilities career event offers college sophomores and juniors with disabilities the opportunity to learn more about the firm’s business, history and culture, and to explore summer analyst internship opportunities. Please note the deadline to apply is Sunday, September 27th.


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