Services for Students with Disabilities


Join Our Student Advisory Board!

We are looking for students to be on the SSD Student Advisory Board. This is your opportunity to take on a leadership role and to have a say in SSD affairs. 

We are looking for positive, committed, and energetic students.  We hope you will consider joining!


Vice President for Student Life Advisory Board | Student Life

The VPSL Advisory Board’s purpose is to provide advice on pressing student issues to the Vice President for Student Life. Biweekly meetings throughout the academic year encourage discussion on new initiatives and emergent issues. The Board’s recommendations help to influence Student Life goals, services, and overall effectiveness.


Campus Involvement | LeaderShape

What is your contribution to a just, caring, thriving world?

The Michigan LeaderShape® Institute is an ethics-based leadership development experience for University of Michigan students. Designed to be an interactive, energizing and unique experience that supports and enhances your perceptions and practice of leadership, it is six days of non-stop self-discovery and learning from practical experiences that build your leadership concepts and abilities.

Application is required for consideration in the program.  Click here for more information and an application link.

Dates: Monday, March 4 - Saturday, March 9, 2019
Location: Camp Michigania, Boyne City MI

Questions? Contact us at LeaderShape@umich.edu


The Crohn's and Colitis Student Initiative

The Crohn's and Colitis Student Initiative (CCSI) at the University of Michigan is a forum for students and other affected individuals at the University of Michigan and surrounding colleges to talk about their disease (IBD), or how someone else's disease affects them, with other similarly affected students. CCSI allows students with IBD to meet one another, voice IBD-related concerns, and build a supportive community with great people! The main focuses of the group are support, discussion, fundraising and awareness. The CCSI is a dynamic way for everyone involved to gain more knowledge about these diseases from people who are affected by them every day. Contact: umichccsi@gmail.com.

To learn more, watch our video

students posing under inflatable banner that reads: take steps crohn's and colitis foundation

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