Please explore the list of involvement opportunities for undergraduate students found below. Don’t forget to also check out our general involvement page as it provides even more resources that are available for all students!
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CoE Peer Mentoring Program: The College of Engineering Peer Mentoring Program is open to all new first-year Engineering students who want to benefit from the guidance of an experienced engineering student. These peer mentors provide support and direction to first-year students, especially right before and after they move to campus. Mentors help new students make connections with the people, places, and programs that will get them off to a good start in their first semester. It’s a fast and fun way to connect to the College and the campus. This program is coordinated by the Engineering Advising Center.
University Mentorship Program (UMP): As part of the Office of New Student Programs, UMP provides support to students making the transition from high school to college. Mentorship is open to all first-year students. The program is one of the many Michigan Learning Communities available to students on campus. These programs help to make the University a smaller place by building relationships between students, faculty, and staff. Throughout the fall semester, Mentorship groups participate in a variety of activities, both academic and social, that work towards supporting and encouraging each first-year student.
Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP): Creates research partnerships between first- and second-year students and UM faculty. All schools and colleges are active participants in UROP, providing a wealth of research topics from which students can choose. The program continues to grow, offering more first and second-year students the opportunity to be part of an exciting research community.