Services for Students with Disabilities

Respect ABILITY | Training for Female College Students with Disabilities and Their Allies

Date: Saturday, April 6, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Are you a female college student with a disability or an ally to one?  Are you ready to learn new skills to advocate for yourself and others? Are you interested in becoming a more effective leader in your community? Do you want to make New York City a better place for yourself, your loved ones and the next generation? Then join us as we advance the empowerment of female college students with disabilities, bringing the lens of inclusion and equality to NYC’s civic life.

Can’t attend in-person? RSVP for the webinar: bit.ly/2Fj9Md0
Webinar Start Time: 1:15 p.m. ET / 12:15 p.m. CT / 11:15 a.m. MT / 10:15 a.m. PT

Learn more about our New York training series and apply to attend in-person: https://www.respectability.org/ra-nywf/


Low-Cost Health Insurance for U-M Students

U-M offers a low-cost, comprehensive, voluntary health insurance plan for the students on our campuses through Aetna Student Health.  The annual premium for an individual student during the 2018-19 plan year is only $2084. 




For Medical School Applicants: Med App Canvas site

If you are applying to medical school, consider subscribing to the current Med App Canvas site, which is sponsored by the UM University Career Center.  Med App runs with each application cycle from spring to spring.  Subscribers receive timely updates and application tips, along with announcements about events, opportunities and articles relevant to pre-medical and medical education and practice.  This FREE resource is exclusively designed for individual and personal use of UM Ann Arbor degree-seeking students and alumni/ae applying to medical school.


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