Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs

Check here often for information on unique opportunities for study, scholarship and research!

AIESEC

AIESEC is the world's largest youth-led non-profit organization located in more than 126 countries in the world. Take your first step in going abroad!


Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break offers 20 different service-learning experiences over Spring Break that focus on 12 different social justice topics. Commitment involves education and training on social justice issues, group bonding, as well as development of student leadership skills.


CSG is Launching a New Student Leadership Scholarship!

For many of us, the experiences we have outside of the classroom define our time at Michigan. We also know that some of our peers face financial barriers to extracurricular involvement. Some organizations ask their members to contribute financially, while all require that leaders dedicate large amounts of time without pay. 


Services for Students with Disabilities has scholarships, awards, and funding available.

The mission of the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities is to support the University’s commitment to equity and diversity by providing support services and academic accommodations to students with disabilities.  We share information, promote awareness of disability issues, and provide support of a decentralized system of access for students within the University community.

Their office currently has a list of available funding here.


Academic Programs and Departments

So many courses, minors, and majors have race and ethnicity at the core of their content.  Explore the different departments and academic units available to students.