Resources

For more information, you may call the Campus Commitment Help Line at (734) 615-2400 or email institutional.equity@umich.edu. In addition, the following offices provide prevention, resolution and supportive services to address discrimination, harassment and other campus climate issues.

For Discrimination and Harassment Concerns:

Office of Institutional Equity serves as a resource to the university community on issues of diversity, respect and inclusiveness, provides training on these issues as well as discrimination and harassment, investigates or provides assistance with discrimination and harassment complaints, and assists with reasonable accommodations for employees and general accessibility issues.
Voice: (734) 763-0235
TTY: (734) 647-1388
www.hr.umich.edu/oie

Office of Dean of Students works to promote individual student development and enhance the Michigan experience for all students through individual support, programs, services, co-curricular opportunities, policy development and advocacy.
Voice: (734) 764-7420
www.umich.edu/~dofs

Office of Student Conflict Resolution provides information about the Statement of Student Rights & Responsibilities and processes complaints of violations of the Statement. Provides mediated discussion to help students resolve conflict and helps students learn skills for managing conflict in daily life.
Voice: (734) 936-6308
www.oscr.umich.edu

Rackham Graduate School Graduate Student Affairs assists with questions regarding Graduate School and university policies and procedures, complaints, concerns and advocacy. Offers dispute resolution services, provides resources and referrals, and can offer alternative resolutions in consultation with other offices as appropriate.
Voice: (734) 647-7548
www.rackham.umich.edu/student_life/advice.html

For Sexual Assault and Other Criminal Activity:

Department of Public Safety provides policing, criminal investigation, prevention and a variety of other services intended to maintain the safety and security of the university community.
Emergency: 911
Business: (734) 763-3434
www.police.umich.edu

Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center provides educational and supportive services for the university community related to sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, sexual harassment and stalking.
Voice: (734) 998-9368
24-Hour Crisis: (734) 936-3333
www.umich.edu/~sapac

For Disability Issues:

Office of Institutional Equity serves as a resource to the university community on issues of diversity, respect and inclusiveness, provides training on these issues as well as discrimination and harassment, investigates or provides assistance with discrimination and harassment complaints, and assists with reasonable accommodations for employees and general accessibility issues.
Voice: (734)763-0235
TTY: (734)647-1388
www.hr.umich.edu/oie

Office of Services for Students with Disabilities assists students with disability-related concerns; facilitates access to university programs, activities, and facilities for students with disabilities; and promotes increased awareness of student disability issues on campus.
Voice: (734) 763-3000
TTY: (734) 615-4461
www.umich.edu/~sswd

For Counseling:

CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services) offers a variety of brief support services aimed at helping students resolve personal difficulties and strengthen the skills, attitudes and knowledge that will enable students to take full advantage of their experiences at the University of Michigan.
Voice: (734) 764-8312
www.umich.edu/~caps

FASAP (Faculty and Staff Assistance Program) offers a number of services designed to help staff, faculty, and their immediate family members with personal difficulties encountered at both work and home.
Voice: (734) 936-8660
www.umich.edu/~fasap

UMHS Employee Assistance Program provides assessment, referral, consultation and short-term counseling services for active University of Michigan Health System faculty, staff, temporary employees and their immediate families.
Voice: (734) 763-5409        
www.mhealthy.umich.edu/eap

CEW (The Center for the Education of Women) assists women and men as they make decisions about their futures. Counselors support exploration of educational and career interests in the context of relationships and circumstances. Students, staff, faculty and community members are eligible to use CEW’s counseling at no charge.
Voice: (734) 764-6005                        
www.cew.umich.edu

For Student Issues:

International Center provides a variety of services for international students.
Main Office: (734) 764-9310
www.internationalcenter.umich.edu

Office of Dean of Students works to promote individual student development and enhance the Michigan experience for all students through individual support, programs, services, co-curricular opportunities, policy development and advocacy.
Voice: (734) 764-7420
www.umich.edu/~dofs

Office of the Ombuds a place where student questions, complaints and concerns about the functioning of the university can be discussed confidentially in a safe environment.
Voice: (734) 763-3545
www.umich.edu/~ombuds

Office of Student Conflict Resolution provides information about the Statement of Student Rights & Responsibilities and processes complaints of violations of the Statement. Provides mediated discussion to help students resolve conflict and helps students learn skills for managing conflict in daily life.
Voice: (734) 936-6308
www.oscr.umich.edu

Rackham Graduate School Graduate Student Affairs assists with questions regarding Graduate School and university policies and procedures, complaints, concerns and advocacy. Offers dispute resolution services, provides resources and referrals, and can offer alternative resolutions in consultation with other offices as appropriate.
Voice: (734) 647-7548
www.rackham.umich.edu/student_life/advice.html

For Employment Issues:

Academic Human Resources provides consultation related to academic resources, programs, policies and procedures for instructional and primary staff as well as educational assistants. Also responsible for union contract issues and processes for the GEO and LEO agreements.
Voice: (734) 763-8938
www.hr.umich.edu/acadhr

University Faculty Ombuds facilitates the resolution of faculty concerns and dilemmas with respect to policy administration or conflict resolution by working closely with the faculty ombuds of the schools and colleges.
Voice: (734) 764-3405
www.umich.edu/~facombud

Health System Human Resources provides a full range of professional personnel services including recruitment, employment, salary administration, training and development, human resources information, human resources planning, management, information, organizational effectiveness, employee relations, union relations, and payroll.
Voice: (734) 647-5538
www.med.umich.edu/umhshr

Human Resource Development offers programs and courses designed to teach new skills to help career advancement, and helps units to become more effective through customized workshops.
Voice: (734) 764-7410
www.hrd.umich.edu

Staff Human Resources serves the university, its management and diverse staffs in the development, implementation, interpretation and administration of human resources policies, procedures, practices and external regulations related to labor/staff relations, salary administration, Compensation and Classification, and overall human resources functions.
Voice: (734) 763-2387
www.hr.umich.edu/staffhr

U-M Dearborn Human Resources provides information and assistance to faculty and staff on the Dearborn campus regarding all aspects of employment.
Voice: (313) 593-5190
www.umd.umich.edu/hr

U-M Flint Human Resources provides information and assistance to faculty and staff on the Flint campus regarding all aspects of employment.
Voice: (810) 762-3150
www.umflint.edu/hr

Other Resources:

Academic Women’s Caucus supports all academic women, junior faculty and senior faculty alike, to help them develop and achieve their goals.
www.sitemaker.umich.edu/awc

Association of Black Professionals, Administrators, Faculty and Staff an organization of men and women dedicated to the purpose of creating a work environment which is conducive to the fulfillment of the needs and aspirations of Black employees.
www.umich.edu/~abpafs/home.htm

Building Great Places to Work focuses on enhancing local working climates (such as offices), in order to support environments of contribution for each individual.
Voice: (734) 615-4789
www.hr.umich.edu/greatplaces

Business and Finance Diversity Committee provides leadership support and resources to enhance the working environment within Business and Finance. Through a variety of educational programs, continues to support Business and Finance’s mission of a welcoming and inclusive working environment for all.
www.bf.umich.edu/bfdc

Center for Research on Learning and Teaching CRLT partners with U-M faculty, graduate students, and administrators to promote a university culture that values and rewards teaching, respects and supports individual differences among learners, and encourages the creation of learning environments in which diverse students can learn and excel.
Voice: (734) 764-0505
www.crlt.umich.edu

Council for Disability Concerns promotes full access to programs, services, and facilities by every person in the university community; advances the university’s commitment to the quality of experience for all persons, including those with disabilities; acts in an advisory capacity to recommend university programs and policies that ensure full opportunity and access to qualified individuals with disabilities; advocates for the concerns of members of the university community who have disabilities; and educates the university community by increasing awareness of and sensitivity to all issues related to individuals who
have disabilities.
www.hr.umich.edu/ability

Mediation Services for Faculty and Staff provides an off-the-record listening opportunity for concerns or disputes related to your work at the university.
Voice: (734) 615-4789
www.umich.edu/~mediate

Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs Office strives to improve the intercultural competence of students by creating opportunities for meaningful cross-cultural interactions and learning. Also fosters students’ sense of belonging and community at the University of Michigan.
Voice: (734) 763-9044
www.mesa.umich.edu

The Spectrum Center provides a comprehensive range of education, information and advocacy services working to create and maintain an open, safe and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, faculty, and staff, their families and friends, and the campus community at large.
Voice: (734) 763-4186
www.spectrumcenter.umich.edu

President’s Advisory Commission on Women’s Issues provides recommendations to university leaders on issues of access, equity, and success for women, and promotes the development of new policies, practices, and procedures designed to enhance gender equity.
Voice: (734) 764-6005
www.umich.edu/~cew/PACWI1

Student Veterans Assistance Program The mission of the Student Veterans Assistance Program at the University of Michigan is to assist veterans, guardsmen, reservists, and others receiving US military benefits in making a successful transition into
the U-M community.
Voice: (734) 764-6413
www.vets.umich.edu

Women of Color Task Force provides professional development opportunities for employees and serves as a forum for the exchange of information about the status of women of color at the university and as a focal point for action necessary to the resolution of concerns.
Voice: (734) 764-6005
www.umich.edu/~cew/faculty-staff/wctf.htm