Beyond the Diag - Off Campus Housing

Joining the Wolverine Support Network

Launching this semester, is a peer-to-peer mental health support   network open to all students. This organization is called the Wolverine Support Network. The Wolverine Support Network has 23 different meeting groups that will meet weekly for 60-90 minutes “Because Life Happens” - as the organization’s tag line reads. Each group will be lead by two trained facilitators and the groups are not identity, affiliation, or diagnosis-based.

Wolverine Support Network, Because Life Happens

Off-Campus Meal Plan Options

We’ve all made the decision to move out of the residence halls so we can experience off-campus housing, and, in exchange we have a new set of responsibilities and accompanying questions. One of the most common concerns about moving off-campus is how we’re going get our meals. Do you have the time to cook for yourself? Should you split your meals between take out and cooking? Unfortunately, your budget often limits your food intake.


Campus Safety Tip: Protecting Your Valuables

Theft continues to be the number one most reported crime on this   campus. In 2012, there were 734 total thefts reported! Remember   this is a crime of opportunity. To ensure that this does not happen   to you make sure that you never leave valuables unattended and keep your belongings, doors, and windows locked and secure.

Police Badge

Costume Check

Halloween is just around the corner! While Halloween is one of the most fun and exciting holidays for college students, it is also notorious for featuring culturally insensitive costumes.  Here are some tips to keep in mind while planning your costume(s):

Toddler dressed in a pumpkin costume