Health & Safety


The University of Michigan has been graduating successful undergraduates for a long time, and for one important reason — we care about the lives and academic careers of each student who passes through the quad.

Part of this equation involves creating and maintaining a safe and healthy environment that allows U-M students to thrive. This includes providing a safe campus and secure housing, as well as high-quality health services and resources where all students can feel comfortable seeking the advice and help they need.

U-M's University Health Service also provides a variety of educational programs to help students stay safe and healthy.

Health Services
University Health Service promotes and protects the health of students and other members of the U-M community.
Campus Safety
The Department of Public Safety is a full-service police agency which serves the University of Michigan community.
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center fosters a respectful campus for all — including revising Title IX guidelines and implementing Sexual Misconduct Policies.
Counseling and Psychological Services is committed to providing U-M's diverse student body with positive pathways to mental health.

U-M has more than 100 blue light emergency phones located across campus as well as emergency telephones located in elevators and parking structures that automatically connect callers and indicate their location to a University Police communications specialist when they lift the telephone receiver.