As a Ross student, you have access to a number of services. As a Ross student at the University of Michigan – the number of resources multiplies. Here are some central campus resources and services available to all University of Michigan students.
REGISTRATION/STUDENT RECORDS RESOURCES:
Wolverine Access: Use this central Registration system to register for classes, request transcripts, apply for graduation and monitor your student accounts.
Office of the Registrar: The central campus Registrar manages registration through Wolverine Access. Adding or dropping classes after Wolverine Access registration has closed may require visiting the Registrar. Be sure to bring your UM Student ID!
CTools: Faculty across U of M use this tool to disseminate information about their classes to registered students.
Residency Information: Find information about the requirements and application process for In-State Residency.
Student Rights & Records (FERPA): The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulates how we protect your student records.
More resources can be found at the link above, but here are some highlighted services:
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Services for Students with Disabilities
- University Health Services
- Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR)