Beyond the Diag - Off Campus Housing

Beyond the Diag is UM's off campus housing program within the Dean of Students Office. Beyond the Diag was developed to improve off-campus safety resources, communication, and education for UM students. The core work of Beyond the Diag includes:

Outreach and Education: Beyond the Diag aims to educate off-campus students about their rights and responsibilities as renters, share various resources, and provide opportunities for connection and belonging. Neighborhood Ambassadors, student employees who live in the near-to-campus neighborhoods, host social and educational events throughout the year, serve as liaisons to the campus community, and promote Beyond the Diag resources.

Off-Campus Student Assistance: The Dean of Students Case Management Team serves as unbiased third parties to help off-campus students address their concerns, navigate their challenges, and get connected to helpful resources. Learn more about how the Dean of Students Office can provide students with support. 

Off-Campus Housing Listing Service: The U-M Off-Campus Housing website can be used to search housing listings, roommate finder, message boards, and a list of online resources for living off-campus. U-M does not manage off-campus properties, rather, provides this resource for students to search local off-campus housing options. 

Student Advisory Board

Are you a passionate Michigan Junior, Senior, or Graduate student who has experience of living off-campus? Are you looking for an opportunity to inform student-centered change for off-campus programming, housing and support?

If this is you, consider applying to join the Beyond The Diag Students Advisory Board.


Beyond The Diag is recruiting!

We have several exciting opportunities to join the Beyond The Diag team. Take a look at the positions detailed below, and apply!


Beyond The Diag Office Hours

Do you have a question or an issue related to off-campus housing, or want to meet with a member of the Beyond The Diag team? We've set up drop-in office hours in the Dean of Students Office (suite 3100, Michigan Union). These office hours are available Mondays 10:00am-12:00pm and Fridays 12:00-2:00pm, during the Fall and Winter semesters (approx. beginning of September to end of April).



Student Employment: Program Assistant

Program Assistants work as a team to coordinate communication strategies, oversee event organization, and execute marketing initiatives for Beyond the Diag.


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