Services for Students with Disabilities

Internet Discount Program

If you are having trouble accessing the internet for online courses and meetings, Comcast has announced they will be offering free internet service for 60 days for families in need and free wifi hotspots all over Michigan for everyone. Although many students may not have computers, many have cell phones and most learning sites can be accessed via cell phone apps or web browsers. The article below outlines the program.

PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions)

Our collaborative sessions help students develop learning strategies, establish healthy study habits, and cultivate self-advocacy.

Sundays - Wednesdays


Room 3039 in the Shapiro Library

For more information, contact us at


Transportation Detroit-Ann Arbor

The Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan (RTA) in partnership with the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide) is proposing to offer a new pilot express bus service connecting Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan.  

Paratransit Application Now Online!

Our Paratransit application is now online! You no longer have to call our office to register for rides. Simply fill out and submit the application and our office will contact you within one (1) business day with a confirmation email. 

Applications submitted after 4:30pm will be reviewed the next business day.

Campus Alerts and Emergency Notification Tools

In case of an actual emergency, call the Ann Arbor Police Department at 9-1-1.

Campus administrators use a variety of ways to notify people of a campus emergency.

The U-M Campus Alerts system includes:


Staff Contact Information and Medical Forms