Beyond the Diag - Off Campus Housing

Self-care over the holidays

Thanksgiving break is a time for students, staff, and faculty to enjoy some well-deserved rest and recovery, and to reconnect with family and friends in the midst of a busy semester. However, it can also be a season of high stress, which is why it is especially necessary to fit in a few moments of you-time. 


Be well this winter!

Winter is coming. When the cold weather confines you to the cozy comfort of the indoors, you may face the challenge of keeping up your health and nutrition regimen. Read on for constructive tips on being healthy and active when the thermostat drops. 


De-stress for Tests!

Finals are coming up at the end of the month and can be a stressful time for a lot of people. It is important to consider your well-being before anything because a happy and healthy foundation will make it a lot easier to study, sleep, and test well. Check out these tips for de-stressing amidst finals!

Sleeping cat

Maize and Blue Cupboard

Over 30 percent of University of Michigan’s off campus students struggle with food insecurity. The Maize and Blue Cupboard is a campus resource that provides food to students who can’t afford or have trouble accessing groceries.

food pantry