Services for Students with Disabilities

Career Readiness | Career Center

This is a new interactive video, along with a fun infographic, that highlights the 7 Competencies Students Need To Know To Be ‘Career Ready’ -- as identified by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). It is a "send off" that the Career Center has worked on to share with students as they leave campus for the summer.

Biomed Grad School Virtual Fair for Individuals with Disabilities: April 21, 2016 (Event is FREE to attend) 

Prospective Biomed Graduate Students -- Decide where you want to go to school!

Registered Schools Listed Here

Unique opportunity to meet Admission Representatives from Biomedical Sciences Grad Schools. 

Register here

Connect real-time with schools without leaving your home or office. Attend the fair online from anywhere!

Disability Care Center Scholarships

The Disability Care Center is proud to offer scholarship opportunities that can help further the education of American college students who are either disabled or seeking a degree in special education. All applicants who apply for one of our scholarship programs must satisfy our set of requirements to ensure they are full-time students in pursuit of a college degree.

To be eligible for any of our scholarship programs, an applicant must meet the following requirements:

Giving to SSD

Want to support SSD in its various endeavors? The following funding areas are set up to encourage the growth and involvment of students with disabilities at the University. Donate today!

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Real Stories of Leaders At Their Best | U-M Counseling and Psychological Services

The Real Stories Of Leaders At Their Best video series began with the goal of reducing the stigma of mental illness on our campus. As students at a competitive university, our mental health is often pushed to the background, overshadowed by academics and social status.  It is our hope that this video series, produced and edited by the Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) student group - CAPS In Action - serves to give everyday examples for our campus about how our mental health plays out in our day to day lives.


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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1045

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