U-M officials are closely monitoring the evolving situation in Ukraine. We will update this site with additional information and resources as they become available.
Statement in Support of Ukraine, WCEE, CREES, CES, CCPS – Feb. 24, 2022
Important Message from the Dean of Students to Russian Students – Feb. 24, 2022
Ukraine: WCEE Engagement and Support – Feb. 28, 2022
President Coleman: Support for Ukraine – Mar. 7, 2022
Chancellor Grasso: Regarding the Ongoing War in Ukraine – Mar. 7, 2022
Sellers/Harmon: Statement on the War in Ukraine – Mar. 28, 2022
How you can help
Resources for students
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) mental health professionals provide support to individuals from a wide array of identities, including traditionally marginalized or disenfranchised groups. CAPS continually offers confidential, culturally-informed services and provides support for navigating national/world events impacting psychological well-being.
Dean of Students Office (DOS) staff provide direct support and assistance to students who are encountering anything that is interrupting their Michigan experience, and can also make referrals to other services, including Campus Climate Support and restorative pathways through the Office of Student Conflict Resolution.
The International Center provides information and resources for international students regarding their immigration and visa related needs and challenges and any travel related concerns.
Resources for faculty and staff
Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office
(734) 936-8660 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated: March 7, 2022