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Resources for Student Support and Inclusion

Find support and community in these organizations and programs

Supporting our community

The wellness of all of our students is important to CSE. Listed below are resources to support inclusion and student wellness at the University:

Center for Engineering Diversity and Outreach

Provides expertise, leadership, and programming designed to help develop highly sought-after engineering talent while exposing pre-collegiate students to the field of engineering.

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Student support services

The Michigan Engineering C.A.R.E. Center has compiled a list of resources that support a variety of student needs, including financial, health, safety, and academic.

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Trotter Multicultural Center

A campus facilitator and coordinator of intercultural engagement and inclusive leadership education initiatives for University of Michigan students.

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Spectrum Center

Works toward enhancing the campus climate and support services for LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty.

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CSE Grants and Awards for Climate Work

CSE seeks to support the climate efforts already being undertaken by students and student organizations across the College of Engineering and the University. In addition to the DEI Service Award for both Graduate and Undergraduate Students, CSE has launched a new initiative to financially support these efforts in the form of “Excellence in Creating Inclusivity” Grants. Our hope is that these grants will allow student organizations to access more resources and increase the capacity of existing programs.

These grants are available for mentorship and wellness programs as well as initiatives that aim to increase diversity. Student organizations can find out more information and apply on this document.

Student organizations

These organizations represent both U-M groups and national groups with active U-M chapters. For more information about other student organizations, visit Maize Pages.

Girls in EECS

Encourages the professional, academic, and social development of undergraduates who identify as women in technology.

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Ensemble of CSE Ladies+

Supports graduate women and gender minorities in CSE at U-M.

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Society of Women Engineers

International, non-profit educational service organization dedicated to supporting women in engineering careers or studies.

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The National Society of Black Engineers

The largest national student-managed organization for black engineers.

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Graduate Society of Black Engineers and Scientists

Academic and social network for Black graduate students in the U-M STEM community.

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Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

Supports the Hispanic community by providing resources to assist members during their college career.

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Graduate SHPE >

Women+ Excelling More in Math, Engineering, & Science

Dedicated to closing gender and racial divides in CS/STEM) fields, working specifically in diverse, underserved communities.

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Out in STEM

Provides professional development and social support for LGBTQ students in STEM fields.

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Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers

Represents those of Asian heritage in the scientific and engineering communities.

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Korean American Scientists and Engineers Association

Promotes science and technology and fosters international collaboration, especially between the United States and Korea.

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Students of Color of Rackham

A network for Rackham graduate and professional students at U-M dedicated to the social, cultural, political, and academic well-being of students of color.

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Girls Teaching Girls to Code

Empower college girls pursuing CSE to connect with local high school girls and inspire them through mentorship and applied projects.

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Color Coded

Providing community and resources to marginalized students in SI, CS, and CE.

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Girls Who Code

A club for those interested in helping high schoolers of all skills levels and backgrounds interested in learning how to code.

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CSE support for student conferences and travel

The CSE division provides financial support to student organizations interested in sending members in any CSE undergraduate or graduate program to a variety of national conferences. These events are an excellent chance for students to network, find employment and internships, see talks from accomplished individuals in their field, and peruse options for graduate study.

Conferences that CSE supports include:

If you are in a student organization supporting diversity of any kind in the field of CS and would like to seek support for conference attendance for your members, please fill out this form.