What’s New: Virtual Offerings

When open, University Unions are filled with activity and community. And within these spaces, students, faculty and staff can find countless opportunities to learn and grow. During our recent closures, many in-person events have been postponed, but our commitment to the community remains strong. Here is a list of virtual offerings that will help keep our community connected until our doors open again.

Connect through Maize Pages

Whether your passion is social justice, athletics or music, Maize Pages provides links to 1600+ student organizations and events. Just create a profile and select your interest to view a full list of orgs and events picked out just for you! Then read up on each org, with details on mission statements, social media pages, websites, and contact information.

Get Answers to Questions with CIC

The Center for Campus Involvement (CIC) provides answers to questions about life on campus and in Ann Arbor. And with various ways to connect with the CIC staff, including email and phone, you’ll have all the information you need and only one place to connect in order to get it.

Stay Engaged with CCI Events

Stay connected with the Center for Campus Involvement! You can hear about virtual activities through their website, Facebook and Twitter pages.

CCI is also available to meet with student organization leaders to offer support, resources and advising. Their office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can set up a meeting via phone (734-763-5900) or by email ([email protected]).

Keep Up on Your Financial Wellness

The U-M Credit Union has online resources to support you and your finances. Read up on their services and learn how they can help you make good financial decisions during COVID-19 and beyond.

PNC Bank also has a variety of helpful information, including resources for student banking.

See Your Favorite Spaces

Missing your favorite spots in the unions? Download a Zoom background to liven up your next meeting or event.

 We hope these virtual offerings help keep you connected, engaged and informed. And we look forward to the time when our buildings can open so we can gather together again.