Diversity

MICHIGAN STUDENTS COME FROM
50
STATES AND 118 COUNTRIES

A dynamic mix of people, cultures, backgrounds, nationalities, ideas, and ways of seeing the world — this is the foundation of U-M's commitment to equity and inclusion. Michigan students come from all 50 states and 118 countries. We draw students with diverse socioeconomic, cultural, religious, global, political, and academic backgrounds—from first-generation students to native Americans to international students from Zambia—for one crucial reason.

Ultimately, the interactions and discussions that happen in relation to differences — both in understanding and affirming them — may be the most important lessons students learn as they prepare for life in the 21st century.

Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives
OAMI is a student-focused office located at the U-M's Ann Arbor Central Campus.
Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs
Provides support to all students through programming and strives to meet the facility/multicultural center needs of students.
First Gen Students
Explore programs, services, and guidance available to the thousands of U-M students who are among the first generation in their family to attend and graduate from college.
Spectrum Center
With sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression as a framework, the Spectrum Center is committed to enriching the campus experience.
https://admissions.umich.edu/

"Hail! To Michigan." Students from all backgrounds unite as Wolverines singing "The Victors" together.