Student resources

University Resources

Accessibility Concerns

Students can report barriers on campus and find a list of University contacts for accessibility concerns here.

Audiology Services

Students can learn more about how to obtain free Audiology services at the WSU Audiology Clinic here.

Biking on Campus

Resources for bicyclists on campus can be found here and here.

Blue Books & Scantrons

Students can obtain free blue books and scantrons at the UGL Circulation Desk, DOSO Front Desk, OMSE Front Desk, Student Center Front Desk, and at The W Food Pantry.

Carpool Matching

Find other students to carpool to campus with by using this tool.

Child Care Resources

Resources can be found here for child care on and around campus.

iClicker 2 Rental

The Student Senate, in partnership with the University Library System, has made a limited number of iClicker 2s available for rental for free from the Integrated Service Desk at the UGL on a semesterly basis. Learn more about how to get your free iClicker 2 rental for the semester here.

Detroit Connector

Now, all students can purchase affordable tickets to travel between the University of Michigan campuses on the Detroit Connector here.

Discounts on Technology

C&IT provides resources for students to obtain free and discounted software, hardware, services, and other devices here.

Elevator Status Check and Report

Check the repair status of on-campus elevators, and find information on how to report elevator outages here.

File a Police Complaint

Information on how to file a complaint with WSUPD can be found here.  Students can also email us or fill out our Voice Your Opinion form to share their concerns directly with us.

Financial Aid Resources

You can find financial aid appeal forms here to contest any aspect of your financial aid determination, learn about financial aid availability for special programs here, find general financial aid resources here, and find specific resources to address the full range of needs of low-income students here.

Grade Appeals

Resources to learn more about how to file a grade appeal can be found here.

Internal Audit Anonymous Tip Form

Any cases of suspected University fraud can be reported by filling out the anonymous tip form here.

LGBTQ+ Resources

You can read more about on-campus and regional LGBTQ+ resources here.

MDHHS Caseworkers On Campus

The caseworkers from MDHHS are able to assist students with learning more and applying for state and federal benefits. Those benefits are, but not limited to, Supplemental Food Assistance Program (SNAP), State Emergency Relief (rental assistance, transportation assistance, burial assistance, etc.), Childcare Assistance, and more. The caseworkers are available during the academic year (including Spring/Summer semester) every Wednesday from 9am-4pm. If you have any more question pertaining to the MDHHS Caseworkers located in the Welcome Center, please feel free to e-mail or call 313-577-1010.

Mental Health Resources

You can read more about the University's free mental health support resources here.  Some more resources include the free CAPS After Hours Crisis Line (313-577-9982), this list of on-campus and regional emergency contacts here, and the free National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255).

Request to Address the Board of Governors

Sign up to deliver a public comment at an upcoming meeting of the Board of Governors here. Make sure to complete this form at least 48 hours before the meeting of the BOG which you plan to speak at.

Student Organization Resources

A comprehensive gateway to all resources available to registered student organizations can be found here.

Title IX

Visit your one-stop shop for all Title IX information, resources, and support services here

Tuition and Fee Appeals Board

The Tuition and Fee Appeals Board adjudicates written appeals from students to decide whether or not to cancel tuition and/or related fees based on University guidelines. The Board is the final arbiter of appeals for tuition and/or related fees. It is authorized to cancel tuition and/or fees for individual students on a case-by-case basis when circumstances warrant.  Learn more about how to submit an appeal here.

Warrior Print Pass

In partnership with The W Food Pantry, we have funded the creation of Warrior Print Passes. These passes are Guest One Cards pre-loaded with $5 to use for printing from the on-campus public printers this academic year. We are running this as a pilot program to help defray the cost of printing and gather data on how much students are required to print for courses. From this data we hope to advocate for policies that protect students from carrying this burden. To join this pilot program, you can sign up for a Warrior Print Pass at The W Food Pantry, or at our numerous events throughout the year. You can learn more about the program and how to get your Warrior Print Pass here.