Student Well-being Network

Student voices and perspectives needed! The Student Well-being Network (SWBN) is a core component to the Well-being Collective that focuses on well-being policies and systems-level change at the University of Michigan. Additionally, the SWBN will share creative ideas, pilot well-being technology and contribute to student-focused well-being campaigns.

Applications will be available early fall.

If you have any questions about Student Well-being Network or the application process, please email:

Connecting and Collaborating on Campus

Resource Navigator Program
NEW! Resource Navigators are peers who are able to help students map their journey by providing answers to your questions about how to get involved and connect with others on campus.

Center for Campus Involvement
Students can sign up for weekly newsletters on the latest events and can also schedule a Virtual Involvement Drop-In appointment to find out more about getting involved on campus.

Inclusive Campus Resources
Explore inclusive resources where students can find support and community on the U-M campus.

Maize Pages
Discover unique opportunities to connect with more than 1,600 student organizations.

Recreational Sports
Stay active, reduce stress and make friends through a variety of classes, clubs and teams.

Improving the Well-being of Communities and the Planet

Ann Arbor Campus-Community Coalition
Address harmful alcohol use among youth and adults and help create a thriving community. 

Ginsberg Center for Community Service Learning
Opportunities to engage as learners and leaders to create a better community and world.

Planet Blue
Learn how to get involved in promoting a healthier and more sustainable campus and world.

Poverty Solutions
Learn more about efforts to find and test new ways to prevent and alleviate poverty. 

Helping U-M Students Thrive

Parents and family members interested in supporting and advancing well-being efforts at U-M, can contact the Office of University Development for the latest giving opportunities. 

Parent & Family Giving

Engagement Programs for Faculty and Staff

Become an MHealthy Champion — U-M staff and faculty who volunteer to create a culture of health among their coworkers and in their work areas.

Help Create a More Perfect Workplace for All Staff

Each year in March, staff are encouraged to apply to U-M’s employee engagement program, Voices of the Staff. It’s a two-year commitment to meet monthly with colleagues from all campuses, including Michigan Medicine, to define opportunities for improvement and share the staff perspective with university leaders.