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A Quick Guide to Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder, a type of depression that is related to the amount of daylight you are exposed to, is common at the University of Michigan due to long, cold, and grey skied winters. Know the symptoms and the resources available to you on campus!

Scenic view off-campus, full of trees.

Staying Cool and Collected

The University of Michigan academic year can be stressful and midterms only add to that stress. Read on about ideas that may help you destress with a new semester and the upcoming exams on the horizon!

Students at UM petting a therapy dog.

Staying Healthy this Cold and Flu Season

There’s nothing worse than an exam - except taking an exam when you are sick. Unfortunately, midterm season coincides with the start of flu season. Here are some tips on how to stay healthy and make sure your body is in top form to tackle those midterms.

Sick Students

Handle Final Exam Stress with Ease

As the school year draws to a close, we see the start of another phenomenon – finals week(s). And for many, stress and anxiety go hand and hand with finals. Don’t see them as an inevitability; check out these resources to help you beat stress and stay mentally healthy during, and after, the next few weeks!

Woman meditating on the beach - calmed and relaxed

April: Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

April showers bring May flowers, but it also brings awareness to a serious issue on campus and around the world, sexual assault. April also brings a month of events that will bring attention to SAAM.

April is sexual assault awareness month