University of Michigan Online Tutoring Services

If you find that you are having difficulty with your course material at The University of Michigan, you are at the right place.

Janine the Tutor provides tutoring, supplemental instruction, and other related services to Michigan students. These services include 1 on 1 and small group sessions.

Janine the Tutor helps students attain a deeper understanding of course material and provide students with study skills and strategies they can apply in their course work and prepare for the exams.

Tutors come from different universities, and specialize in a wide spectrum of courses. The main two subjects are Mathematics and Chemistry at The University of Michigan.

If your class is not listed below, give us a call as well and we will find the right tutor for you!

Please book a call with Janine the Tutor for a 10 minute consultation! Please note that tutoring availability may be limited during exam season. Book early to reserve your spot.

Course CodeCourse Name
CHEM 105Our Changing Atmosphere
CHEM 120First Year Seminar in Chemistry
CHEM 125General Chemistry Laboratory I
CHEM 126General Chemistry Laboratory II
CHEM 130General Chemistry: Macroscopic Investigations and Reaction Principles
CHEM 209Structure and Reactivity Seminar
CHEM 210Structure and Reactivity I
CHEM 211Investigations in Chemistry
CHEM 215Structure and Reactivity II
CHEM 216Synthesis and Characterization of Organic Compounds
CHEM 241Introduction to Chemical Analysis
CHEM 242Introduction to Chemical Analysis Laboratory
CHEM 245Biomedical Analytical Chemistry
CHEM 246Biomedical Analytical Chemistry Laboratory I
CHEM 247Biomedical Analytical Chemistry Laboratory II
CHEM 260Chemical Principles
MATH 105Data, Functions, and Graphs
MATH 110Pre Calculus (Self-Paced)
MATH 115Calculus I
MATH 116Calculus II
MATH 128Explorations in Number Theory
MATH 145Houghton Scholars Calculus Worskhop I
MATH 146Houghton Scholars Calculus Workshop II
MATH 147Introduction to Interest Theory
MATH 156Applied Honors Calculus II
MATH 175Introduction to Cryptology
MATH 176Explorations in Calculus
MATH 185Honors Calculus I
MATH 186Honors Calculus II

400+ University of Michigan Student Discounts


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When it comes to money and finances, it’s not easy to be a college student.

For out of state students, going to UMichigan can cost as much as $55,000! This makes saving money and spending money wisely very difficult.

Luckily for you, we compiled a list of hundreds of ways for UMichigan students to save money in the Ann Arbor area but also anywhere in the country!


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Here are all of the student discounts that you can take advantage of as a student at UMich.


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Local MCard Discounts for UMich Students

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Student discounts for UMichigan students in Ann Arbor
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Student Discounts on Health and Fitness in Ann Arbor

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Health and fitness discounts for students in Ann Arbor
CompanyDiscountDescription
All Creatures Vet10% offThis deal gives you 10% off
your entire bill when you bring
your Mcard.
Yoga And Meditation10% offGet 10% off in-depth yoga studies
at the 200, 300, 500, and
800 levels.
All Out Fitness15% offGet 15% off of personal training
sessions, group fitness classes,
and massage services. Additional
services are available!
Anytime Fitness15% off
On top of getting 15% off a gym
membership, you can also get a
waived enrollment fee, a 7 day free
trial, free first time equipment
orientation, and free first time
body analysis.
Bikram Yoga10%-15%
off
This gets you 10% off memberships
and 15% off class packages
and unlimited packages.
Brightside Dental$25 creditShow your Mcard for a $25 credit
for teeth whitening, fillings, laser
cavity detection, Invisalign braces,
and more!
Dearborn Racquet
and Health Club
15% offGet 15% off your membership and
$100 off your initiation fee when
you bring your Mcard
Focus on Fitness$100 offGet your initiation fee waived with
your Mcard! This is a $100 value!
Fitness Objective10% offUse your Mcard to get 10% off
fitness sessions and a free fitness
evaluation
Fitness 19$10 a
month
Get a gym membership for only $10
a month with a valid Mcard. This
includes free fitnesses classes!
Fenton Powerhouse
Gym
10% offGet 10% off a membership at
Fenton Powerhouse Gym
with a valid Mcard.
IM=X Pilates40%-50%
off
Get 40% off equipment classes and
50% of mat classes at IM=X Pilates.
All you need is a valid Mcard.
Hyperfit USA15% offGet 15% off a gym membership
with a valid Mcard.
Kellogg Eye Center$200 offGet $200 off each eye when you get
a Lasik procedure done. Just show
them a valid Mcard!
Joust Fitness10% offGet 10% off a gym membership
with a valid Mcard! This gives you
access to expert training and
unique classes.
Jazzercise$20 offBring your Mcard for $20 off your
first month of Jazzercise!
Ita Yoga StudioDiscount
classes
With a valid Mcard, you can get 8
weeks of 1 class a week for $100 or
8 weeks of 2 classes a week for $180.
Infinite Iron20% offGet 20% off personal training
session packages with a valid
Mcard.
Massage EnvyDiscounted
membership
Get a membership for only $54
a month with your Mcard!
Les Mills10% offBring your Mcard for 10% off all
exercise classes at Les Mills.
Pure Vibes Novi$15 offGet $15 personal training sessions
and physician prescribed exercise
regimens with a valid Mcard.
Powerhouse Gym$100 offUse your Mcard for $100 off
enrollment. Get access to group
exercise, certified personal
trainers, expert staff, and more.
Saline Rec Center10% offGet a 10% discount on annual
membership with your Mcard.
Ryde On Cycling15% offShow your Mcard at the time of
purchase for 15% off exercise
packages.
Romulus Athletic
Center
15% offUse your Mcard for 15% off
membership rates and a waived
initiation fee.
Snapfitness

10% offGet 10% off all membership fees
with a valid Mcard.
Flint Recreation
Center
Discounted membership Get a discounted membership
at the Flint Recreation Center
with your Mcard.

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Technology and Appliance Discounts in Ann Arbor

5 stainless steel appliances: washer, dryer, fridge, stove, oven, dishwasher

Student discounts on technology and appliances in Ann Arbor
CompanyDiscountDescription
ABC WarehouseEmployee discountGet employee pricing with your Mcard.
American Home Fitness15% offUse your Mcard for 15% off of Michigan’s larget selection of fitness products
Computer ShowcaseDiscounted pricesGet discounted prices on computer equipment and software with your Mcard.

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Other


Supplies and Accessory Discounts in Ann Arbor

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Discounts on supplies and accessories for students in Ann Arbor
CompanyDiscountDescription
Moving Day Boxes10% offShow your valid Mcard for 10% off moving supplies
Move Buddha$50 offShow your valid Mcard for $50 in moving supplies when you book an interstate move

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Supplies and AccessoriesEvents and Recreation
Transportation
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Other


Services Student Discounts in Ann Arbor

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Student discounts on services in Ann Arbor
CompanyDiscountDescription
The RideFree ridesPresent a valid Mcard for free rides on any fixed schedule AAATA bus route
Belle Tire10-50% offGet 10% off parts and labor on general auto, 10% off glass repair or replacement, and 50% off tire installations. In addition, get free flat repairs, rotations balancing, and alignment checks
Camp Bow Wow5-10% offGet 5% off all retail items and 10% off all services with a valid Mcard.
Community Auto Wash10-20% offGet 10% off detail services and 20% off car washes. In addition, 5% of Community Auto Wash’s revenue is donated to local charities!
Childtime5% offGet 5% off day care with a valid Mcard
Chelsea Chevy10% offSave 10% on parts and labor. Most makes and models can be serviced!
Geherin Law Group20% offSave 20% on hourly or flat rate representation at Geherin Law Group
Ivey Salon10% offGet 10% off on any service
Inn Style Salon10% offSave 10% on all hair care services and products
Happy Nails10% offSave 10% on all nail services
Martinizing10-20% offGet 10% off on laundry services and 20% off on dry cleaning services
Mastercuts20% offShow your Mcard for 20% off all services including cut, color, waxing, and texturizing
Rainbow Child Care Centers5% offShow a valid Mcard for 5% off weekly child care tuition
Michigan Landscape CompanyFree designShow your Mcard for free landscape design from professional designers that care about the environment
 Hair Salon Michigan 15% off Use your Mcard for 15% off haircuts and color/highlight services
Autobahn Eng. 10% off Save 10% on all services and get a free multipoint inspection with a valid Mcard


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Events and Recreation Discounts in Ann Arbor


Student discounts on events and recreational activities in Ann Arbor
CompanyDiscountDescription
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre $2 offSave $2 on tickets for shows at this non-profit community theatre
Ann Arbor Comedy50% offGet 50% off the Wednesday and Thursday 8PM shows and the Friday and Saturday 10:30PM shows.
Ann Arbor Martial Arts10-50% offSee website for more details. Students can get 10% off with their Mcard and 30-50% off for immediate family members.
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra50% offGet 50% off tickets for sections A-D tickets when you show your Mcard.
Aquatic Adventures of Michigan15-40% offGet 15% off equipment and 40% off courses with a valid Mcard and ID
Cedar PointDiscounted admissionUse your UM login when you buy tickets online for a discounted admission price.
Detroit ZooDiscounted admissionShow your Mcard at the gate for discounted admission.
Detroit Symphony OrchestraDiscounted ticketsBring your Mcard and get a discounted ticket for the orchestra
Detroit PistonsDiscounted TicketsUse code EMPLOYEETIX to see the Detroit Pistons play in Caesars Arena

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Other


Transportation Student Discounts in Ann Arbor

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Student discounts on transportation in Ann Arbor


CompanyDiscountDescription
Kia Ann Arbor1%Save 1% price over dealer cost. Ask for Kevin at Kia of Ann Arbor for more details
GenzeDiscounted priceThese electric bikes are manufactured right in Ann Arbor. Use the code 104DR016 for a discounted price.

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Other


Food Discounts in Ann Arbor

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Student discounts on food in Ann Arbor
CompanyDiscountDescription
Bandito’s RestaurantBuy one get one freeBuy one dinner entrée and two drink, get one entrée free. Just show your Mcard
Halo Burgers10% offShow your Mcard when you’re ordering for 10% off your meal
Jazzy Veggie15% offShow your Mcard to get 15% off on dine in or carry out entrees
Olga’s10% offShow your Mcard for 10% off your meal
Mr. Greek’s10% offOrder online or get delivery and save 10% with your Mcard
Plum Market3% offUse your Mcard to save 3% on your entire purchase. Discount does not apply to beer, wine, gift cards, and catering services
Silvio’s Italian Food10% offShow you Mcard when you order for 10% off all dine in and pick up orders
Marco’s25% offUse code DY25 to save 25% on authentic Italian pizza

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Other


National Student Discounts

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Use the following discounts for good deals nationwide!
HealthTechnology and Appliances
Clothing and ApparelSupplies and Accessories
ServicesEvents and Recreation
TransportationFood
Gifts and FlowersOther

National Health Discounts for Students

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Student discounts on health products across the country.
CompanyDiscountDescription
AC Lens10% offUse code EMPLOYEE to save 10% on all contact lenses, reading glasses, sunglasses, and vision care products
Airgle Corporation10% off Get 10% off all air purifiers and air filters with code UMICH
Allergy Be Gone10% offSave 10% on homeopathic remedies for allergies
Online CPR Certification$2 offGet $2 off a CPR or First Aid class (normally at $14.99) with code SAVEALIFE
Coastal10-30% offGet 10% off contact lenses, 20% off sunglasses, and 30$ off glasses
Air Purfiers10% offUse code EDU10 for 10% off air purifiers and filters
Dr. Leonard’s10% offSave 10% on affordable health and personal care products with code CWPP10
Discount Contact Lenses10% offGet 10% off all major brands and types of contact lenses with code EMP10
E-Vitamins10% offGet 10% off your purchase of $40 or more with code umichedu
Global Eyeglasses20% offUse code UNI20 to save 20% on all glasses and sunglasses
Fortney Eyecare30% offSave 30% on all frames and get reduced rates on a second pair of glasses
Home Health Testing10% offSave 10% on all home health, alcohol, and drug tests
Just Eyewear15% offUse code UMICH15 to save 15% on high quality prescription eyeglasses
InstaNatural15% offUse code instaedu to save 15% on safe and effective skin care products
CPR Certified50% offSave 50% on all online certification classes with code STUDENT50
Marvelous Products25% offUse code MCARD to save 25% on your first bottle of Flex-5 complete joint care
Medical Weight Loss Clinic20% offGet 20% off customized grocery store food based on non-surgical weight loss programs
Pearly Whites10% offUse code UOMCARD10 to save 10% on whitening kits, strips, pens, and accessories
Read In Style10% offGet 10% off reading glasses and free shipping over $99, just use code MCARD
Reading Glasses Hopper15% offSave 15% on men and women’s reading glasses with code college. Glasses start at just $14.95!
Sentinel Mouth Guards15% offUse code MCARD15 for mouth guards for all occasions
Super Smile10% offGet 10% off professional teeth whitening with code COL11

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ServicesEvents and Recreation
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National Technology and Appliances Discounts

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Student discounts on technology and appliances across the US
CompanyDiscountDescription
Chrome Battery 20% offUse code UMICH20 for 20% off all replacement batteries
Dell Employee discountFollow the link for an employee discount on all Dell products
Duracell Direct10% offGet 10% off replacement batteries with free shipping when you use code DURACELLEDU
DNK Power25% offSave 25% on all custom lithium batteries
EZ Watch10% offUse code WOLVERINE10 to save 10% on all video security systems
E-Vacuum Store10% offGet 10% off your purchase of $50 or more when you use the code TAKE10
E-Vacuum Bags10% offSave 10% on all vacuum bags, belts, filters, brush tools, and parts with code mich10
HPEmployee discountFollow this link for an employee discount on all HP products
Ink Jets$10 offSave $10 of your $40 or more purchase with code EDUDSCNT
Ink Cloners11% offGet 11% off your printer ink and toner purchase with code mcard2014
Leds Master20% offGet 20% off all LED flood light products
Laptop Battery10% offUse code EDU-10-OFF for 10% off all laptop batteries and adapters
My Trendy Phone15% offUse code mtpOX7BM to get 15% off any item under $200
Radiator Spot15% offSave 15% on all radiators, condensers, and cooling fans with code MICHPERK.  All replacement parts come with a 2 year warranty
Priceless Ink Jet15% offGet 15% off printer supplies with code PICEDU
Solo Stick15% offUse code 15SSK to get 15% off a selfie stick
Snow Joe10% offSave 10% on outdoor power equipment with code GOBLUESNOWJOE
Total Vac10% offUse code MCARD10 for 10% off all vacuum cleaners and parts

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National Clothing and Accessories Discounts

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Clothing and accessories student discounts in America


CompanyDiscountPrice
Adiamor10% offUse code PEARL10 for 10% off on Akoya
and
fresh water pearl jewelry
Alpine Swiss10% offUse code ALPINE10 for 10% off each item
purchased
Bahdos10% offUse code 10FORYOU to save 10% on all
jewelry items
Brian Gavin Diamonds10% offGet 10% off diamond jewelry with the code
PERKS 
Body Jewelry Source15% offUse code EDU for 15% off various body jewelry,
piercing supplies, and kits
Clothing Shop Online20% offReceive 20% off your clothing order with code
UMICH.
CTS Wholesale Sunglasses10% offGet designer sunglasses at a great price plus
10% off with code mcard10.
Costume Discounters15% offUse code UMICHEDU for 15% off Halloween costumes and costumes for kids, toddlers, and adults.
Dress Goddess20% offGet 20% off shoes and accessories with code STUDENT
Diamonds-USA7% offUse code UmichDiamonds for 7% off loose diamonds, engagement rings, diamond earrings, and diamond pendants
Diamond Studs10% offReceive 10% off all items with code UMICH10
Diamond Factory10% offGet 10% of all watches and fine jewelry at Diamond Factory
Firenze Jewels10% offGet 10% off all rings and jewelry with code Diamonds154
Fascinating Diamonds10% offUse code MFIN10 for 10% off all jewelry. Plus, all items are manufactured in the United States!
Everyone
Loves Buttons
15% offReceive 15% off of custom buttons, magnets,
and zipper pulls. Use code MCARD15
Equalli7% offUse code “college love” for 7% off all jewelry
including sapphires and gemstones
Halloween Express10% offSave 10% on your Halloween costume and
accessories with code UMCARD10
Goldia10% offGet 10% off all fine jewelry
Golden Asp Prom20% offUse code STUDENT to save 20% on all shoes

and accessories
Gemvara.com10% offCall 800-436-8803 or email
[email protected] and
mention this offer for 10% off on
gemstone jewelry
Forever Metals25% offSave 25% off tungsten rings, wedding bands,
and custom ring orders with code edufm25
Lamwood Big Hats10% offGet 10% off at this specialty hat store with
code mcardsave10
Inexpensive Watches10% offMention “college” to a customer service
representative for 10% off. Watches start at
only $25!
The Maasai Market10% offSave 10% on authentic handmade African jewelry,
accessories, and home décor
Lion Footwear Direct10-20% offGet 10-20% off with free shipping on brands
like Rockport, Birkenstock, Ryka, Dansko, and
more
Lily Brooke Jewelry10% offGet unique, personalized bracelets for 10% off
with code UNIV10
Max and Chloe15% offMax and Chloe has jewelry for all budgets. Use
the code UMICH15 to get 15% off!
Maternity Gal10% offSave 10% on maternity clothing with code
TENOFF4EDU
oNecklace15% offGet 15% off international jewelry and
custom necklaces
Oceana Jewelry15% offSave 15% on all jewelry items. Plus, orders
off $30 get a free gift!
Native American Jewelry10% offUse code UMICH10 to save 10% on authentic
American Indian Jewelry
Posh Eyewear10% offGet 10% off all designer reading glasses and
accessories with code GOBLUE. All glasses
come with a one year warranty
Paul Fredrick20% offGet 20% off orders that are $150 or more.
Raymond Lee Jewelers10% offGet 10% off all regular and sale items
(excluding jewelry and watch services)
Turquoise Jewelry 15% offSave 15% on authentic turquoise jewelry with
code “save 15”. And, if you don’t like your
jewelry, there’s a 100% money back guarantee
Tungsten Rings Co.15% offUse code MICH15 for 15% off high quality
tungsten carbide wedding bands

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National Supplies and Accessories Discounts

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Student discounts on supplies and accessories in the US
CompanyDiscountDescription
Apple Ltd.10% offSave 10% on loading and packing supplies with code STUDENT10
Asphalt Kingdom10% offGet 10% off all asphalt sealcoating equipment and supplies with code MCARD 
Artistic Development10% offGet 10% off fiberglass pool installation
Movers Corp10% offFax your receipt along with your university ID to 888-800-6065 for 10% off packing supplies
Radio Fence15% offUse code UM10 for 15% off all pet training supplies
SupplyMatic10% offUse code EDU10 to save 10% off all orders over $100
Supplies Outlet15% offSave 15% on any remanufacture printer cartridges with code EDU15
Star Boxes10% offGet 10% off orders over $50 with code PACKPROMO
UBoxes15% offUse code SAVE15 to save 15% on moving boxes and kits

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Clothing and ApparelSupplies and Accessories
ServicesEvents and Recreation
TransportationFood
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National Services Discounts

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Student discounts on services across the country
CompanyDiscountDescription
Certified Chinese Translation10%Save 10% on Cantonese and Mandarin translation and interpreting services
Security ChoiceVariesIf you’re eligible, you can get free monitored home security after purchasing an alarm monitored service.
Ardem20% offGet 20% off all back office processing services
Auto Transport Quote Services10% offSave 10% on any car transport quote servce
Get Bell Hops10% offUse code “faculty discount” for 10% off all moving services
Beattie Spring10% offSave 10% on all parts when combined with any service or installation
Band Painting10% offGet 10% off on interior and exterior painting services
Car Shipping Carriers10% offSave 10% on your car transportation
Book Taxi Group10% offGet 10% off taxis services in over 4,000 destinations worldwide
Cellular Window ShadesVariesSave 15% on cellular products and upgrades. In addition, get discounted window treatments
Cell Corner11% offSave 11% on all online products and services
Dependable CC10% offGet 10% off labor for repairs, free loner vehicles if you have insurance, free shuttles, and free delivery
Day Translations10% offUse code UNIV.EDU10% for 10% off certified translation services and professional interpreting
Corsia Logistics$50 offGet $50 off car shipping price when you mention the Umich Employee Discount Program
Executive Auto Shippers$50 offSave $50 on any auto shipment when you mention the Umich Discount Program
Gillware Data Recovery10% offSave 10% on recovering data from failed storage devices
HotelScan.com7% offGet 7% off on hotels and hotel searches
Hotels.com10% offClick the link for 10% off your hotel room
Movers.com$50 checkReceive a $50 gift check and get a free moving quote and relocation advice
Open Sesame10% offUse code OS_UMICH10 for 10% off on all online courses
Petsmart Pet Hotel10% offFollow the link for 10% off the regular overnight room rate
RCG Logistics LLC10% offSave 10% when you use the code UM10 for vehicle shipping anywhere in the U.S.
Print Moz10% offUse code UMICH10 for 10% off large format printing services
Power Home Remodeling Group$1500 offSave $1500 on your home remodeling project, just mention UMich Discount Program on the phone
Secure Your Trademark10% offSave 10% on trademark searches, registration, and monitoring services
Safety Choice Security$400 offGet free installation, free standard equipment, and a waived activation fee (a $397 value!) with code UMICH-32
Resumates20% offUse code student20 for 20% off professional resume printing
Recover My Flash Drive10% offMention “college 11 University of Michigan” on the phone or put it on the submission form for 10% off all data recovery services
Ship-a-Car Inc.$25 offSave $25 on car shipping services nationwide with code UM-DISCOUNT
Take LessonsBuy 4 get one freeMention the educational discount when you call (877) 231-8505 for a free singing or music lesson (after you purchase 4 lessons)
Speedy Auto Service15% offSave 15% off on automotive repair and maintenance services
Speed Pro Imaging10% offUse code UMICH10off for 10% off all digital printing services

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National Events and Recreation Discounts

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Student discounts on events and recreation in the US
CompanyDiscountDescription
Orlando Employee DiscountsDiscounted priceGet affordable travel to Orlando and discounted tickets with a valid Mcard
All Seeing TIckets7% offUse code VIPONLY for 7% off for discounted concerts, sports, music festivals, Broadway shows, and theater tickets
Barry’s Tickets10% offUse code UNIO10 for 10% off on premium tickets
Stub Zero10% offUse code MCARD10 for 10% off tickets to concerts, sports, theater, and Broadway events

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Clothing and ApparelSupplies and Accessories
ServicesEvents and Recreation
TransportationFood
Gifts and FlowersOther

National Transportation Discounts

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Student discounts on transportation in the US
CompanyDiscountDescription
Car Parts Discount5% offUse code UMICH5WB for 5% off on replacement or aftermarket auto parts
Car Part Kings10% offUse code WOLV88 for 10% off the best auto parts
Auto One Inc.10% offGet 10% off all non-sale items including auto detailing, window tinting, auto glass, windshield repair, and more
Auto Anything10% offUse code UMCARD for 10% off your purchase of $99 or more
4 Wheel Online$10 offGet $10 off your purchase of $100 or more with code edu10off
Car Id5% offUse code EDU-UM-5 for 5% off all car parts and accessories
Budget.com25% offSave 25% of your next car rental with code Z408918
Custom European Plates10% offGet 10% off customized German and European license plates with UTEP2011
Avis25% offGet 25% off your next car rental with code AWD #: D134124
Empire Covers10% offGet 10% off all automotive accessories with code TENOFF
Go-Parts10% offSave 10% on all replacement auto parts with code umich1o
Auto Anything10% offGet 10% off your purchase of $99 or more with code UMCARD
Performance 4 Trucks5% offSave 5% on all truck parts, accessories, brakes, wheels, tires, and more with code SCHOOL
Park On30% offUse code UMICH30 to save 30% on online airport parking reservations
R1 Concepts10% offSave 10% on all brake products with code UMICH10
Real Truck10% offUse code University to get 10% off all car and truck accessories

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National Food Discounts

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Student discounts on food in the US
CompanyDiscountDescription
Blue Ox Jerky10% offSend an email to [email protected] with your Michigan email for the discount
Dream DinnersVariesSee website for discount. Get a bonus meal with your order.
Shari’s Berries15% offUse code BLUEGOLD15 for 15% off dipped berries and treats

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Clothing and ApparelSupplies and Accessories
ServicesEvents and Recreation
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National Gifts and Flowers Discounts

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Student discounts on gifts and flowers across the country
CompanyDiscountDescription
First in flowers10% offGet 10% off flowers and unique gift ideas
Blossom Florist 10% offGet 10% off flowers, gifts, food baskets, and more
Blooms Today20% offUse code edu20 for 20% off hand arranged bouquets and gift boxes
Birthday In a Box15% offSave 15% on a complete birthday party that’s shipped right to your door
Bella Bridal and Heirlooms10% offUse code SPECIALDAY for 10% off all orders over $99
Carol Wrights Gifts10% offSave 10% on all As Seen on TV Products with code CWPP10
Canvas Avenue10% offUse code MCARD10 to save 10% on all personalized gifts for babies, pets, children, and family members
Brookstone$10 offGet $10 off orders $70 or more with code 22SAVE
Chocolate Flowers12% offSave 12% on all flowers and truffles with code UMICH12
Dela Flowers10-50% offUse code MCARD20 for 20% off all flowers and 10-50% off selected items
Ellisi Gifts10% offUse code UMICHSFS to save 10% on personalized gifts
DIY Awards15% offSave 15% on crystal gifts, mementos, and awards with code UMICHIGAN15
Dibsies.com10% offUse code 4CQKIDFIHF4Y for 10% off all personalized gifts for children
Flowershop Deals15% offGet 15% off all cheap flowers online
Gifts.com15% offUse code BLUEGOLD15 to save 15% off all online gifts
Gift Baskets Overseas15% offSave 15% on gift baskets, wine gifts, chocolates, cakes, and corporate gifts with code UNIGBO15
From Your Flowers20% offMention code 003 for 20% off of flowers, plants, gift baskets, and gourmet baked goods
Frame Smile15% offSubmit a valid ID and enter code edu15 for 15% off a custom designed and handmade photo books
Huggable Teddy Bears10% offSave 10% on personalized teddy bears for your loved ones
KD Novelties Personalized Gifts15% offUse code AD15off for 15% off personalized children’s books, music, and gifts
My Bambino10% offUse code Wolverine10 for 10% off personalized gifts for babies, children, and families
Plumeria10% offUse code GOBLUE for 10% everything with the exception of wine
Pro Flowers15% offSave 15% on fresh floral bouquets with code BLUEGOLD15

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Other Student Discounts in the US

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Student discounts on miscellaneous items and services in America
CompanyDiscountDescription
27 E-Store$75 offGet $75 off your purchase of $500 or more with code EDU75
Amsterdam Printing20% offSave 20% on custom business promotions
Aviya Mattress$50 offGet $50 any mattress with code EDU50
Bloomberg85% offSave 85% and get 26 issues for only $20
Bitty Bows Boutique15% offUse code EDU15 for 15% off any purchase over $10
Benner’s Gardens10% offUse code MCARD10 to save 10% off all deer fencing and wildlife exclusion items
Baseball Rampage$10 offGet 10% off your order of $100 or more with code EMPLOYEE
Baby Bedding Market105 offUse code MCARD10off with 10% off all products and free shipping on orders of $99
Canvas Discount15% offSave 15% on photo canvas prints with code UOM15
My Brighton Montessori10% offGet 10% off authentic Montessori education for kids 16 months to 6 years
Bold Rugs10% offGet 10% off all area rugs with code edu10
Company Folders10% offSave 10% on all folder items (pocket folders, report covers, envelopes, portfolios, etc.) with code UMichEDU10
Choice Hotels15% offMention special rate ID #00715180 for 15% off your stay
Central Crafts15% offUse code MICHIGAN for 15% off ceramics, photo albums, and journals
Carrom Co.20-50% offUse code 2010 for 20-50% off all family games
Custom Neon10% offUse code MCARD10 for 10% all LED neon lights and signs
Dog Collars Boutique10% offGet 10% off all dog collars and leashes with code TENOFF
Dog Christmas Stockings5% offGet 5% off a personalized dog Christmas item with code edu5
Grand Traverse Resort15-20% offGet 15% off spa services and 20% off hotel or tower rooms with code XMCARD
Gentleman Jon10% offSave 10% on high quality shaving hardware and accessories with code UMICH10
Maternity and Baby Shopping Mart 10% offUse code MCARD10off for 10% off maternity and baby related products
Overstock.com10% offGet 10% of women’s coats, scarves, mens coats, shoes, baby bedding, and electric blankets with code 121718
Red Roof15% offCall 1-855-352-7619 and use code #617281 for 15% off your stay

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More National Student Discounts

Check out our complete US student discounts list for even more discounts you can take advantage of!

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Student Discount Cards and Programs

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In addition to all of the wonderful discounts above, we recommend looking into the following student discount cards/programs.

Each program grants you access to hundreds or even thousands of discounts for free or at a very low cost so that you can really take advantage of your student status.

ProgramDescription
ID.meAs a “digital wallet”, ID.me verifies your student status and gives you access to thousands of discounts at 400+ companies
ISIC (International Student Identity Card)The ISIC card gives students discounts, internationally and domestically, on travel, shopping, entertainment, insurance, food, and accommodations. They have over 160,000 discounts in over 130 countries and it only costs $25/year
Student Advantage CardGet access to up to 40% discounts at campus shows, local businesses, and online stores at $22.50/year
Student BeansGet access to the latest discounts right from a smartphone app that verifies student status online
UNiDAYSSimilar to Student Beans, UNiDAYS offers discounts at numerous popular brands by simply verifying student status online

You can also save on a OneClass subscription for unlimited access to every study guide, course note, textbook note, etc. on the website.

Use the code 25OFF to save 25% on any plan!

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Who would’ve thought that being a student at University of Michigan could get you discounts at so many places? Use these coupon codes to save money almost anywhere you go!


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University of Michigan Past Exams and Midterms

Here is a list of past exams and midterms at University of Michigan. Some of the exams may include solutions as well.

We recommend adding in the UMich midterm and exam dates to your calendar so that you don’t forget them.

If you’re looking for additional material to help you study for the upcoming exams at UMich, click on the link beside the departments and special course offerings.

Please note that this collection is currently not comprehensive or complete. Old midterms and exams should be used as study aids only and may not reflect changes in course content from year to year. 

Course CodeCourse Name at UMichPast Midterms and Exams
ANTHRBIO 201Introduction to Biological AnthropologyView Now
ANTHRCUL 101Introduction to AnthropologyView Now
ANTHRCUL 333Non-Western Legal Systems, IView Now
ARCH 357Architecture, Sustainability and the CityView Now
ASIAN 230Introduction to BuddhismView Now
ASIAN 260Introduction to Chinese CivilizationView Now
ASTRO 101Introductory Astronomy: The Solar System View Now
ASTRO 102Introductory Astronomy: Stars, GalaxiesView Now
ASTRO 104Alien Skies: A Tour Through the UniverseView Now
ASTRO 115Introductory AstrobiologyView Now
BIOLCHEM 415Introductory BiochemistryView Now
BIOLOGY 101Energy, Food, and the EnvironmentView Now
BIOLOGY 130Animal BehaviorView Now
BIOLOGY 171Introductory Biology: Ecology and EvolutionView Now
BIOLOGY 172Introductory Biology – Molecular, Cellular, and DevelopmentalView Now
BIOLOGY 173Introductory Biology LaboratoryView Now
BIOLOGY 225Principles of Human and Animal PhysiologyView Now
CEE 303Computational Methods for EngineersView Now
CHEM 105Our Changing AtmosphereView Now
CHEM 130General ChemistryView Now
CHEM 210Structure and Reactivity IView Now
CHEM 215Structure and Reactivity IIView Now
CHEM 216Synthesis and Characterization of Organic CompoundsView Now
CHEM 230Physical Chemical Principles and ApplicationsView Now
CLARCH 221Introduction to Greek ArchaeologyView Now
CLCIV 328Ancient Languages and ScriptsView Now
CLCIV 372Sports and Daily Life in Ancient RomeView Now
COMM 101The Mass MediaView Now
COMM 102Media Processes and EffectsView Now
EARTH 104Ice Ages, Past and FutureView Now
EARTH 119Introductory Geology LecturesView Now
ECON 101Principles of Economics IView Now
ECON 102Principles of Economics IIView Now
ECON 310Money and BankingView Now
EECS 183Elementary Programming ConceptsView Now
EECS 280Programming and Introductory Data StructuresView Now
EECS 281Data Structures and AlgorithmsView Now
ENGR 101Intro Comp&ProgView Now
ENVIRON 102Extreme WeatherView Now
ENVIRON 201Ecological IssuesView Now
HISTORY 207Southeast Asian CivilizationView Now
HISTORY 241America and Middle Eastern WarsView Now
HISTORY 260United States to 1865View Now
HISTORY 322The Origins of NazismView Now
INTLSTD 101Introduction to International StudiesView Now
IOE 373Data ProcessingView Now
LING 111Introduction to LanguageView Now
MATH 115Calculus IView Now
MATH 116Calculus IIView Now
MATH 216Introduction to Differential EquationsView Now
MATH 217Linear AlgebraView Now
MATH 316Differential EquationsView Now
MATSCIE 250Principles of Engineering MaterialsView Now
MCDB 310Introductory BiochemistryView Now
MECHENG 320Fluid Mechanics IView Now
MIDEAST 207The Land of Israel/Palestine through the AgesView Now
MO 302Positively Leading People and OrganizationsView Now
MOVESCI 320Motor ControlView Now
MOVESCI 340Exercise PhysiologyView Now
PHIL 160Moral Principles and ProblemsView Now
PHYSICS 135Physics for the Life Sciences IView Now
PHYSICS 140General Physics IView Now
PHYSICS 351Methods of Theoretical Physics IView Now
POLSCI 101Introduction to Political TheoryView Now
POLSCI 111Introduction to American PoliticsView Now
POLSCI 140Introduction to Comparative PoliticsView Now
POLSCI 160Introduction to World PoliticsView Now
PSYCH 111Introduction to PsychologyView Now
PSYCH 112Introduction to Psychology as a Natural ScienceView Now
PSYCH 230Introduction to Behavioral NeuroscienceView Now
PSYCH 240Introduction to Cognitive PsychologyView Now
PSYCH 242Language and Human MindView Now
PSYCH 250Introduction to Developmental PsychologyView Now
PSYCH 270Introduction to PsychopathologyView Now
PSYCH 280Introduction to Social PsychologyView Now
PSYCH 290Introduction to the Psychology of PersonalityView Now
PSYCH 303Research Methods in PsychologyView Now
PSYCH 353Social DevelopmentView Now
PUBHLTH 200Health and Society: Introduction to Public HealthView Now
PUBPOL 201Systematic Thinking About the Problems of the DayView Now
SI 110Introduction to Information StudiesView Now
SI 301Models of Social Information ProcessingView Now
SOC 100Introduction to SociologyView Now
SOC 345Sociology of SexualityView Now
SPANISH 231Second-Year SpanishView Now
STATS 250Introduction to Statistics and Data AnalysisView Now
WOMENSTD 220Perspectives in Women’s HealthView Now

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Jobs and Opportunities for Students at University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

The University of Michigan, also known as UM, U-M, U of M, UMich, or Michigan, is a public research university located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This university is the oldest public university in Michigan, as it was founded initially in 1817. It is interesting to note that this school is considered one of the foremost research universities in the United States, which is likely one of the reason why students swarm this school! However, in addition to this prestige, students who come to UM also enjoy a variety of jobs and opportunities available to them that are not available to students at many other schools!

1. Student Caller

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Those who hire Student Callers for the University of Michigan Telefund are currently looking to hire. The U of M Telefund is a fundraising position for students who are seeking degrees at University of Michigan in good academic standing. This job provides students with a chance to meet new people, build their resume, and work towards improving communication skills. The starting salary for this position is $11.00 per hour.

2. Student Office Temp

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Student Office temp employees are committed to creating the most meaningful housing experience for all residents and guests. By exhibiting excellent customer service skills, attention to detail and thorough follow-through on all tasks assigned, they perform an indispensable role in ensuring the success of the department as whole. The ideal Student Office temp has the ability to find a balance between being a student and a Student Office temp.  The responsibilities of this position are primarily administrative, which is perfect for any student pursuing a business degree. In regard to payment, this position pays $9.25 per hour.

3. UUE MEDIA ASSISTANT  

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Students who are interested in applying for this position must have experience with audio, video, and computer equipment and lack any judicial or honor offenses. In addition, it is important that anyone applying knows that a requirement of the position is to lift and move up to 50 lbs repeatedly. In regard to scheduling, interested students should be available available to work regularly scheduled shifts, and additional hours as scheduled for events, which may include evenings and weekends. Payment for this position is $11.00 per hour. 

4. Student Building Manager

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The Building Manager is a leadership position with a high degree of responsibility in the area of facilities management. The role of the Building Manager is to reasonably meet the needs of all guests and customers. Additionally, the BM is responsible for supervising and assisting with building security, policy enforcement, emergency procedures, and final room set-ups as necessary. Students who apply must have some experience within the hospitality industry, whether that is on or off campus.

5. Student Affairs Administrative Assistant

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The Student Affairs Administrative Assistant provides administrative support to the Registrar’s Office in the College of Engineering, as well as overall support to the Office of Student Affairs on various one-off and limited-term projects. Students who apply for this position should be fluent in a variety of technologies and programs, including Word. Furthermore, organization skills and a detail-oriented view of work is desired. 

6. Student Preschool Classroom Assistant

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The Early Childhood Education Center (ECEC) under the College of Education, Health, and Human Services, is a high quality early childhood program which applies a Reggio Emilia inspired constructivism theory of learning. The curriculum focus is nuturing children’s critical thinking skills and problem solving skills. The ECEC is a State of Michigan approved and National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accredited early learning center for young children. Students who apply for this position must have experience working with children and the patience and compassion to work with them now. In addition, students who are given this job are expected to work between ten and thirty hours per week, and pay varies based on experience. 

7.Tutor

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Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic assistance program that utilizes peer-assisted study sessions. The SI sessions are regularly-scheduled informal review sessions in which students compare their class notes, discuss assigned readings, practice problem solving, develop organizational tools, and predict test items. There is an active search for students who are successful in a variety of subjects to become SI leaders for their peers. 

8. OneClass Note Taker

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Students on campus can take notes with OneClass and get paid while he or she goes to class. When students take Notes with OneClass, they not only earn money but also get better at studying and focusing during their lectures. It’s a wonderful opportunity and students can become a Notetaker today!

U of M is a wonderful school for any student looking to advance themselves personally and professionally. This school offers a variety of opportunities for jobs, internships, and volunteering, all aimed at helping the student! 

Health and Wellness Services at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

The University of Michigan, is a public research university in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The school is a rather large one that is sought after by many for its rigorous course loads as well as difficulty of getting accepted. What makes the school so notable would be their impressive health education programs. Many people specifically attend the school for all things nursing and dentistry.  Here are health and wellness services that are offered at the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor.

1. University Health Service

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The university health service is a way for students to have accessible health care . This on campus service can be connected with your insurance and is normally open till 5pm. The building is open Monday through Saturday, Sunday the building is closed. The building features a lab testing room as well as a fully functioning pharmacy to service all your medicinal needs. If you are uninsured the office will help you file for health insurance.

2. Delta Dental Integrated Special Care Clinic

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The special care clinic is offered to those who are over 16 years of age. The type of dental work done is any dental work that can be accomplished in a normal dentist office such as but not excluded to: screenings and teeth cleaning. The special care clinic also services people in the categories of disabled. Disabilities can be cognitive, intellectual or physical. If you need support such as assistance for vision or hearing, the clinic will lead you in the direction to many helpful resources.

3. U-M Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

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This service allows students to get the help they need for their mental health issues. There are counselors that are ready and willing to set up an appointment with you to help you unleash any stress that you might be experiencing. The service offers group sessions that gives you the support you need by seeing others in your similar boat. A few of the different things that they access are eating patterns(which can be stress induced or unhealthy weight dismorphia) or even substance abuse.

4. U-M Hospital Emergency Department

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This is strictly for those who are of the age of 21 or older. It is a resource that is used if you are in a medical emergency such as you hurt yourself on a job site. Their location is on the medical campus which is separate from their main campus. Their number to reach is 734-936-6666.  If you are under the age of 21 make sure to visit the Children’s Emergency Services at Mott Children’s Hospital. Make sure if you are in an unsafe situation that needs on the spot attention to call 9-1-1 first.

5. Wolverine Wellness

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Wolverine Wellness is your resource for all things wellness that you could possibly need in your life. The desk has many different services offered. If you have trouble sleeping they will provide you with a sleep kit filled with items that will make things easier. They have an alcohol prevention and screening program that gives support to those looking to undertake an intervention of abuse. The service also has HIV testing as well as many free resources for sexual activity such as lube and condoms.

University of Michigan (U of M) Fall 2018 Final Exam Schedule

The Fall 2018 exam schedule for all University of Michigan courses is now available. Check the schedule carefully to ensure you have the correct date and time for your examination.

We recommend adding in the exam dates to your calendar so that you don’t forget them.

Please make sure to bring the following items with you to your final exam:

-Student ID

-Pen, pencil, eraser

-Calculator (if permitted by instructor)

If you’re looking for additional material to help you study for the final exam, click on the link beside the departments and special course offerings.

***Please note that exam dates/times are updated on a regular basis. Please consult with your University of Michigan Exam Schedule to ensure the highest degree of accuracy***

Special Courses Professor Lecture Time Exam Date Exam Time Exam Guides
ECON 101 J.Wolfers Mon & Wed 14:30 – 16:00 Wednesday, Dec 19 10:30 am – 12:30 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/econ/econ-101.en.html
Zamzow Mon & Wed 13:00 – 14:30 Thursday, Dec 13 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/econ/econ-101.en.html
Caldwell Jr Mon & Wed 10:00 – 11:30 Friday, Dec 14 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/econ/econ-101.en.html
ECON 102 A. Stevenson Tue & Thurs 10:00 – 11:30 Monday, Dec 17 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/econ/econ-102.en.html
ECON 310 Maciej Dudek Mon & Wed 11:30 – 13:00 Tuesday, Dec 18 10:30 am – 12:30 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/econ/econ-310.en.html
EECS 183 Arthur Tue & Thurs 13:00 – 14:30 Wednesday, Dec 19 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/elec-engr-com/eecs-183.en.html
Arthur Tue & Thurs 14:30 – 16:00 Thursday, Dec 20 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/elec-engr-com/eecs-183.en.html
Kloosterman Tue & Thurs 08:30 – 10:00 Tuesday, Dec 18 8:00 am – 10:00 am https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/elec-engr-com/eecs-183.en.html
H. Garcia-Ramirez Tue & Thurs 16:00 – 17:30 Wednesday, Dec 19 8:00 am – 10:00 am https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/elec-engr-com/eecs-183.en.html
MATH 217 Bibby Mon & Wed & Fri 10:00 – 11:30 Friday, December 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/math/math-217.en.html
STATS 150 J.Miller Tue & Thurs 08:30 – 10:00 Tuesday, Dec 18 8:00 am – 10:00 am https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/stats/stats-150.en.html
STATS 250 Romero Mon & Wed & Fri 10:00 – 11:00 Friday, December 14 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/stats/stats-250.en.html
Romero Tue & Thurs 14:30 – 16:00 Thursday, Dec 20 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/stats/stats-250.en.html
Gunderson Tue & Thurs 11:30 – 13:00 Thursday, Dec 20 10:30 am – 12:30 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/stats/stats-250.en.html
Gunderson Tue & Thurs 08:30 – 10:00 Tuesday, Dec 18 8:00 am – 10:00 am https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/stats/stats-250.en.html
Nadiya Fink Mon & Wed & Fri 13:00 – 14:00 Thursday, December 13 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm https://www.oneclass.com/all-materials/us/um-ann-arbor/stats/stats-250.en.html

*Any of the courses above could be one of several sections.

If the first lecture, recitation or seminar of your course of the week is on Monday
Lecture Time Exam Date Exam Time
7:30 AM Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
8:00 or 8:30 am Thursday, December 20 8:00 am – 10:00 am
9:00 or 9:30 am Tuesday, December 18 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
10:00 or 10:30 am Friday, December 14 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
11:00 or 11:30 am Tuesday, December 18 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
12:00 or 12:30 pm Tuesday, December 18 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
1:00 or 1:30 pm Thursday, December 13 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
2:00 or 2:30 pm Wednesday, December 19 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
3:00 or 3:30 pm Wednesday, December 19 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
4:00 or 4:30 pm Monday, December 17 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
If the first lecture, recitation or seminar of your course of the week is on Tuesday
Lecture Time Exam Date Exam Time
7:30 AM Friday, December 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
8:00 or 8:30 am Tuesday, December 18 8:00 am – 10:00 am
9:00 or 9:30 am Friday, December 14 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
10:00 or 10:30 am Monday, December 17 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
11:00 or 11:30 am Thursday, December 20 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
12:00 or 12:30 pm Monday, December 17 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
1:00 or 1:30 pm Wednesday, December 19 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
2:00 or 2:30 pm Thursday, December 20 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
3:00 or 3:30 pm Thursday, December 13 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
4:00 or 4:30 pm Wednesday, December 19 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Course Exam Date Exam Time Conflict Exam Date Conflict Exam Time
College of Engineering
EECS 203 Tuesday, December 18 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
EECS 215 Wednesday, December 19 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
EECS 216 Friday, December 14 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
EECS 280 Friday, December 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Friday, December 14 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
EECS 281 Monday, December 17 8:00 am – 10:00 am Monday, December 17 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
EECS 314 Friday, December 14 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
EECS 320 Monday, December 17 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
EECS 370 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
EECS 376 Monday, December 17 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
EECS 388 Thursday, December 13 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
EECS 445 Thursday, December 20 8:00 am – 10:00 am
EECS 482 Friday, December 14 8:00 am – 10:00 am
EECS 484 Friday, December 14 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
EECS 485 Wednesday, December 19 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
ENGR 100.400 Tuesday, December 18 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
ENGR 100.410 Tuesday, December 18 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
ENGR 101 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MECHENG 360 Friday, December 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MECHENG 382 Friday, December 14 8:00 am – 10:00 am
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
ARABIC 101 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am
ARABIC 201 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am
ARABIC 401 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am
ASIANLAN 100 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 101 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 104 Thursday, December 13 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
ASIANLAN 123 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 125 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 135 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 201 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 225 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 235 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 301 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 325 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 335 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 425 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ASIANLAN 429 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
BIOLOGY 171 Tuesday, December 18 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
BIOLOGY 172 Monday, December 17 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
CHEM 130 Monday, December 17 8:00 am – 10:00 am
CHEM 210 Monday, December 17 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
CHEM 230 Monday, December 17 8:00 am – 10:00 am
CHEM 260 Monday, December 17 8:00 am – 10:00 am
CHEM 351 Monday, December 17 8:00 am – 10:00 am
FRENCH 101 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
FRENCH 102 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
FRENCH 103 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
FRENCH 231 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
FRENCH 232 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
GERMAN 101 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
GERMAN 102 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
GERMAN 103 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
HEBREW 101 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am
HEBREW 201 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am
HEBREW 301 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am
ITALIAN 101 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am
ITALIAN 102 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am
ITALIAN 231 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
ITALIAN 232 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
LATIN 101 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
LATIN 102 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
LATIN 103 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
LATIN 231 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
LATIN 232 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MATH 105 Friday, December 14 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 115 Friday, December 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MATH 116 Friday, December 14 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 156 Friday, December 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MATH 185 Friday, December 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MATH 214 Friday, December 14 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 215 Friday, December 14 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 216 Friday, December 14 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 217 Friday, December 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MATH 316 Wednesday, December 19 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MATH 371 Friday, December 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MATH 385 Thursday, December 13 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
MATH 412 Friday, December 14 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
MATH 419 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MATH 425.001 Thursday, December 20 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 425.005 Tuesday, December 18 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 425.006 Thursday, December 20 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 425.009 Tuesday, December 18 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 451.001 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MATH 451.002 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
MATH 451.003 Thursday, December 13 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
MATH 451.004 Thursday, December 13 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
MATH 523 Friday, December 14 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 525.001 Tuesday, December 18 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 525.002 Tuesday, December 18 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 525.003 Friday, December 14 8:00 am – 10:00 am
MATH 571 Friday, December 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
PHYSICS 106 Friday, December 14 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
PHYSICS 135 Friday, December 14 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
PHYSICS 140 Friday, December 14 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
PHYSICS 160 Friday, December 14 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
PHYSICS 235 Friday, December 14 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
PHYSICS 240 Friday, December 14 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
PORTUG 101 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:0 am
PORTUG 231 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
RUSSIAN 101 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
RUSSIAN 201 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
SAC 355 Thursday, December 13 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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SPANISH 101 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am
SPANISH 102 Thursday, December 13 8:00 am – 10:00 am
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STATS 250 Thursday, December 13 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm Friday, December 14 8:00 am – 10:00 am
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ANATOMY 403 Thursday, December 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Thursday, December 13 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
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NURSING 220 Thursday, December 13 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
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PUBHLTH 200 Tuesday, December 18 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Wednesday, December 19 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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ACC 300: BBA Tuesday, Dec 18 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Tuesday, Dec 18 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
ACC 300: Non-BBA Tuesday, Dec 18 8:00 am – 10:00 am Tuesday, Dec 18 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
BE 300 Thursday, Dec 13 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Thursday, Dec 13 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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MO 300 Monday, Dec 17 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Monday, Dec 17 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
TO 300 Friday, Dec 14 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Friday, Dec 14 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
TO 301 Friday, Dec 14 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm Friday, Dec 14 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
TO 313 Wednesday, Dec 19 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Wednesday, Dec 19 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Monday & Wednesday Classes Tuesday & Thursday Classes
Class Time Exam Date Exam Time Exam Date Exam Time
8:30 am – 10:00 am Thursday, Dec 20 8:00 am – 10:00 am Tuesday, Dec 18, 8:00 am – 10:00 am
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10:00 am – 1:00 pm Friday, Dec 14, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Monday, Dec 17 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
11:30 am – 1:00 pm Tuesday, Dec 18 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Thursday, Dec 20, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Thursday, Dec 13, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Wednesday, Dec 19, 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Thursday, Dec 13, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Wednesday, Dec 19, 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
2:30 pm – 4:00 pm Wednesday, Dec 19, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Thursday, Dec 20, 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Monday, Dec 17 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Wednesday, Dec 19, 8:00 am – 10:00 am
4:00 pm – 7:00 pm Monday, Dec 17 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Wednesday, Dec 19, 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Evening Monday or MW: Dec 17 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Tues or TTh: Dec 18 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Evening Wednesday: (Fri) Dec 14, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Thursday: Dec 13, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

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10 of the Hardest Classes at the UM Ann Arbor

College is tough and classes are surely like not high school academia. Knowing which classes to steer clear of in at the University of Michigan- Ann Arbor can help you as a student succeed and not panic about the hardest courses on campus. Here is a list of the toughest classes at UMich. Let get’s started!

1. EECS 470- Computer Architecture

This course many students say is the hardest class on campus because of the level of detail that goes into the projects. The unofficial slogan is that students are “already behind” before the class even begins. Many kids also say that the workload is extremely heavy for students who take this class.How students feel when they take this course.

2. MATH 116- Calculus II

MATH 116 is a course that students enter into fully prepared to work their rear end off in! If one signs up for this course, it is countless hours of work outside of the class and lecture. Students are also expected to remember everything from Calc I when signing up for this class. Many freshmen find this course miserable.The opposite of how students feel when leaving their exams.

3. ECON 401- Intermediate Microeconomics

Intermediate microeconmics is a high level course for students who are almost completed with their degree. With this course however in a schedule, there is no such thing as an easy senior year. The exams are nearly impossible as said by students and there is an overwhelming amount of material.Stack of books symbolizing how much reading their is in this course.

4. CHEM 210- Organic Chemistry

For any medical major, this course lives up to its terrible reputation. In Chem 210 students are tested to their max with not only lectures but lab experiments as well. This course is weighted heavily on exam scores and this is one of the most frequent courses visited at the tutor center.Professor teaching to students.

5. Physics 140- Introductory to Physics

Physics 140 at UMich has an extremely high percent of students who fail or drop the course before bombing their GPA. The conceptual material is very hard for students to grasp who do not have prior physics knowledge, and passion to learn about this intricate topic.Reaction of students in Physics 140.

6. ENGIN 101- Intro to Programming

This intro level engineering course is very hard for most students entering into college. Since it is a required class for their major, many have no choice but to face it head on or change their major. If a student has no experience with programming, this course is said to be quite the struggle trying to catch up with the professor.A constant mood when taking this course at UMich.

7. BIOL 172- General Biology

This course is the basis of most pre-med students who are looking to begin their majors. With a variety of topics covered and lots of material expected to be memorized by student, the exams are said to be nearly impossible for most who take this course. Many students pull all nighters to complete each exam.A cell image when studying biology in BIOL 195.

8. MCDB 428- Human Genetics

MCDB is a course that many students struggle with because of the large quantities of work for both their lecture and lab experiments in this course. Students do not recommend taking this course to incoming students, especially in their senior year due to the many students who fail the course.Student working with professor in the lab.

9. HIST 202- Doing History

This course takes students into the realm of the passed and used to challenge those who have decided to accept history as their major. Through many deep thinking projects, students often leave the course because of the hours of work it entails outside of the classroom alongside their other courses as well.Image of historical figure. 

10. PHIL 296- Honors Introduction to Logic

PHIL 296 adapts students and molds them into a different way of thinking which many students do not care for. Logic is the science of figuring out what follows from what, and why. Beyond the books, many critical thinking skills need to in place when trying to pass this very hard course.Not how students feel when taking this course.Overall, the University of Michigan has many courses and overall great professors to teach them. Many experienced students say if you try and avoid these classes and can manage on graduating without them, your college career at UMich will be amazing!

Top 10 Majors at UM Ann Arbor

A great way to make the most of your time at school is by choosing the right major for you. This is one of the most important decision that you will make as a student. Here are the top 10 majors offered at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor!

1. Marketing

Marketing is one of the most popular programs that you can get into. That being said, the curriculum is always being updated and improved upon. There are also tons of job openings that you can jump on in the real world. 

Terms relating to marketing

2. Nutrition

A great way to stay healthy while a student is by majoring in Nutrition. You will learn about how food impacts the human body and how you can help other people manage their food intake. This will make you a happier and healthier person. 

words made from food

3. Biology

One of the most popular science paths that you can take is Biology. You will learn about the various branches of this subject to give you a good view of the industry. You will also be able to make some great connections while in this major. 

a biologist working

4. Economics

Economics is another great major that is calling your name. You will learn the very basics of economics at first, then you will dive into some of the more advances concepts. There are so many different ways that you can take this degree. 

terms relating to economics

5. Psychology

A degree that will warrant a great job is psychology. This is because there are tons of job openings out there for psychologists. This ensures that your degree will not go to waste.

a colorful brain

6. Spanish

If you want to learn about another language and culture, you should major in Spanish. In fact, being bilingual is a great trait for you to have to get a job. These employees even get paid more.

spanish flag

7. Finance

Great way to be fiscally responsible is by majoring in finance. A good perk of this degree will be your ability to manage money well. Your job will also consist of helping others do the same.

money growing on trees

8. Pre-Law

If you dream about going to law school one day, you should go into the prelaw program. This program will help you build the steppingstones in to a successful life. It is common knowledge that lawyers make a lot of money after college with this degree.

Australian law books

9. Interior Architecture

A branch of the architecture industry is interior architecture. This is a unique degree that has a lot to offer to you. That being said, it is important to take advantage of this opportunity.

a designed room

10. Political Science

The final great degree that you should consider is political science. This world is becoming more and more political every time the news comes on. That being said, there are tons of different jobs you can get with this degree.

a politics graphic

10 Buildings You need to know at UMich Ann Arbor

The Michigan Wolverines football program represents the University of Michigan in college football at the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision level. Their fight song is the Victors. Here are 10 different buildings you need to check out at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

1.Angell Hall

Angell Hall is named in honor of James Burrill Angell, who was the University’s president from 1871 to 1909. In 1965 Angell Hall was the first teach in site for protesting against the Vietnam war. There was over 3000 people who attended the rallie.

 Angell Hall

2.Palmer Commons

Palmer Commons is a event and meeting center. It can be requested but must be in advance. The building also houses Fields Cafe.

 Palmer Commons

3.Phoenix Memorial Laboratory

This laboratory launched in 1948. The project was created to do research in peaceful measures. It was to test ways to properly handle atomic energy in a safe way.

 Phoenix Memorial Laboratory

4.Pierpont Commons

This building holds many different uses. This is where a majority of the student unions are held. It also is the main place that people go to for textbooks and a quick bite to eat(there is a convenience store).

 Pierpont Commons

5.A. G. Ruthven Museums Building

This building is also known as the natural history building. The building’s outside structure is based on old Greek culture. The Architect was Albert Kahn.

 A. G. Ruthven Museums Building

6.Glenn E. Schembechler Hall

This building is the football building. It is named after a previous coach, Bo Schembechler. The building was made in 1990.

 Glenn E. Schembechler Hall

7.202 South Thayer Building

This building is a total of 6 stories. It houses the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. Due to renovations it also houses the Humanities Institute.

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8.St. Joseph Mercy Hospital

This is a great place for nursing students to get their bulk experience. It is also where you would want to go to if you had any medical complications. Ann Arbor is one of the major places in Michigan that people get transported to for serious procedures.

 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital

9.Alice Lloyd Hall

This is a mixed gender friendly living space. The hall was renovated in 2012. It is easily accessible to dining halls and the recreation center.

Alice Lloyd Hall

10.Bell Pool

This is the main building for all things fitness. It is equipped with state of the art technology. It will keep you fit as well as a great tool for conditioning.

 Margaret Bell Pool, Central Campus Recreation Building

Interesting Facts of the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

1. Fundraising

The Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project was the first building to be fundraised for. This was during the time of post World War II. Since its research would be used to integrate peace in technology, it got a strong backing.

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2.Rivalry

The school rivals with many schools when it comes to football. The stadium holds students from all over for their notorious games. Their biggest rival is Michigan State.

 msu vs michigan

3.Old School Name

The name was not always University of Michigan. It was actually Catholepistemiad or University of Michigania (or just Catholepistemiad for short). The name is a Greek and Latin mix that means University of Knowledge.

 greek culture

4.Not In Ann Arbor

The school is KNOWN for being located in Ann Arbor. But the school was actually originally in Detroit. It was only when the school looked to expand that they needed more land.

Ann Arbor

5.Defense

Every year the rivalry turns a sour note during the MSU vs MI game. Which is why every year the fraternity  Theta Xi protects their school from being vandalized, especially the sacred M symbol.

 Theta Xi

Top 10 Professors at U of M Ann Arbor

Because the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor is one of the top ranked public institutions in the country, it is no surprise the the professors that teach and research here are also among the best. Though almost any professor taken here would be wonderful, below is the list of the very best that University of Michigan Ann Arbor has to offer.

1. Professor Robert Lutz

This image of Professor Lutz can be found on various social media platforms.

Rating: 100%
Department: Mathematics

Courses Taught by Professor Lutz:

MATH 116 – Learn More

Student Reviews of Professor Lutz: 

“Bob is an exceptional instructor, and he cares a lot about how his students do in the course, and that reflects on everyone’s overall performance. He gave us many opportunities to check our understanding of the material, like take home quizzes and frequent office hours. I found this course to be one of my most enjoyable courses because of Bob.”

“Bob Lutz makes sure everyone is on the same page and his motivation is contagious. Those who show up to lecture and office hours will do very well in the class.”

“Bob is a great lecturer. He is always teaching material in a way that keeps students engaged and paying attention. He cares about students learning, and doesn’t limit that to just math, he would always throw in random trivia to make us more well rounded individuals.”

2. Professor Dale Winter

This image shows Professor Winter teaching his students.

Rating: 100%
Department: Mathematics

Courses Taught by Professor Winter: 

MATH 105 – Learn More
MATH 107 – Learn More
MATH 116 – Learn More
MATH 215 – Learn More
MATH 425 – Learn More

Student Reviews of Professor Winter: 

“seriously what a great teacher i can’t get over him”

“Best prof. that I’ve had at this University… entertaining, but still challenging, and he frequently brought in snacks for us :)”

“DALE IS AMAZING. I would have failed without him. If you get him for a class you are VERY lucky.”

3. Professor Julie Gruber

This headshot of Professor Gruber is smiling here, looking excited for class.

Rating: 100%
Department: German

Courses Taught by Professor Gruber:

GERM 221 – Learn More
GERM 231 – Learn More

Student Reviews of Professor Gruber: 

“Frau Gruber is really inspiring and I wish our class was longer than an hour!”

“She is incredibly hardworking, clear, and goes the extra mile for students.”

“Frau Gruber is an awesome teacher. Her passion for German and the sub-topics that she teaches is very apparent. The class was laid back, which promoted a nice, fun learning atmosphere. I definitely feel like I learned a lot in this class, and it never felt like Frau Gruber was out to “stump” the students. She genuinely cares about them.”

4. Professor Benjamin Ireland

This is a professional shot of Professor Ireland.

Rating: 100%
Department: French

Courses Taught by Professor Ireland:

FRE 101 – Learn More
FRE 103 – Learn More
FRE 231 – Learn More
FRE 274 – Learn More

Student Reviews of Professor Ireland: 

“There is a reason Ben Ireland is one of Michigans highest rated professors. Compassionate, a walking encyclopedia, stellar teacher, and even more of a beautiful human being with a heart of gold. We will really miss him at UM, and I feel honored and immeasurably inspired being taught by a teacher who actively brings out the best in his students.”

“Ben Ireland is–hands down–THE best professor I have ever had at U of M.”

“The single best professor I’ve ever had in my life. He strikes the perfect balance between friendly and respected, and all his work makes me feel like I’m learning. I’m sad that I’ll only have one class with him. This is a person who actively inspires me to be a better person and be better at what I do.”

5. Professor Karen Smith

This image shows Professor Smith smiling professionally.

 

Rating: 100%
Department: Mathematics

Courses Taught by Professor Smith: 

MATH 295 – Learn More
MATH 296 – Learn More
MATH 412 – Learn More
MATH 631 – Learn More
MATH 632 – Learn More 
Student Reviews of Professor Smith: 
“I’ve learned a lot from this course. She really cares about students and always gives a clear explanation. She is the best!”
“Incredible teacher.”
“I feel like Karen is one the best teachers I have had at Michigan. I wish I could give her a 6 on the helpfulness.”

6. Professor Erin Swennes

This headshot of Professor Swennes can be found on the U of M site.

Rating: 100%
Department: German

Courses Taught by Professor Swennes: 

GER 101 – Learn More
GER 232 – Learn More
GER 300 – Learn More

Student Reviews of Professor Severance: 

“Erin/Stacy is a wonderful professor! She wants her students to learn and succeed and makes sure that they do! And while there will be a lot of homework and assignments, she is extremely lenient with due dates (just don’t make a habit of turning everything in late). Overall, I enjoyed the class greatly!”

“I absolutely loved having Stacey as a professor! She will give you a fair amount of homework (about 30 minutes – one hour a night), but she grades extremely leniently, so it is nothing to worry about as long as you do it. Moreover, she wants you to learn and will make sure that you, along with the rest of the class, succeed!”

“Stacy is just awesome. Definitely recommend taking a class with her, and if you’re here because you already registered for one, then I hope the other reviews speak for me.”

7. Professor Steven Engel

This image is of a student writing, a skill that they have the opportunity to perfect in this course.

Rating: 100%
Department: English

Courses Taught by Professor Engel: 

ENG 125 – Learn More
ENG 225 – Learn More

Student Reviews of Professor Engel: 

“Fantastic personality who made every class fun. Every class was discussion-based, and these discussions always veered off into interesting and hilarious tangents (notably, no long lectures from the prof). Left the class as a better writer. Uses Gradecraft grading system (look it up) which could be weird if you’ve never seen it.”

“Steve was one of the best professors I have had here at the University. He really wants to see all of his students succeed. I absolutely hated writing before I took this class but Steve managed to make it interesting and now I absolutely love it! If you have to option to take any class with him, do it!”

“Steve was one of the best professors I have had here at the University. He really wants to see all of his students succeed. I absolutely hated writing before I took this class but Steve managed to make it interesting and now I absolutely love it! If you have to option to take any class with him, do it!”

8. Professor Patrick Melvin

This image is of Professor Melvin smiling at the camera.

Rating: 100%
Department: Chemistry

Courses Taught by Professor Melvin: 

CHEM 215 – Learn More

Student Reviews of Professor Melvin: 

“Dr. Melvin was by far the best professor I have ever encountered. Whether it is his preparation for each class, his review sessions, or how much he cares for those eager to learn, he is truly spectacular. He comes into every class with a smile and determination to help you succeed.”

“Dr. Melvin taught Chem 215 very well. His lectures and notes were very thorough and easy to understand. I would most definitely recommend taking orgo 2 with Melvin if you get the chance.”

“Melvin was actually amazing and taught organic chemistry in a way that was organized and easy to understand. He made me love organic chemistry even though it didn’t make sense a lot of times.”

9. Professor Charles Severance

This image shows Professor Severance speaking in front of a class.

Rating: 96%
Department: Information Sciences

Courses Taught by Professor Severance: 

COS 126 – Learn More

Student Reviews of Professor Severance: 

“Soo good professor. Interesting guy. Clever, and sharp”

“The Best Teacher Ever Had .”

“Thank you Dr. Chuck!!! You inspired me to start coding and your book is so lucid that a non-programming background student can start writing code. You are just awesome!!!”

10. Professor Kathleen Nolta

This image shows the interests of Professor Nolta.

Rating: 96%
Department: Chemistry

Courses Taught by Professor Nolta: 

CHEM 210 – Learn More
CHEM 211 – Learn More
CHEM 215 – Learn More
CHEM 351 – Learn More

Student Reviews of Professor Nolta: 

“Nolta is the best professor I have ever come across in my entire life. Orgo is v tough but she makes it understandable and actually enjoyable. She is cute and quirky in her lectures and even gave us candy bars at her workshop one time. She goes over the entire coursepack which is so incredibly helpful. Go to her office hrs+every extra workshop!!!”

“Dr. Nolta cared about the success of her students. I bombed the first 2 exams, but did very well on the final 2 and received an A for showing an huge improvement with my test scores. She also provides A TON of resources and additional help in-person and over email. Highly recommend, especially for the spring/summer semester if available.”

“Can’t recommend her enough. She made me want to go to orgo lectures (not just because of the need to learn material, but because her lectures are actually quite enjoyable to attend). I laughed a lot in this class, and she seemed to really care about her students. Make use of many of the resources she provides (ex. past exams) and orgo will be fine.”

Research Projects Per Faculty at University of Michigan Ann Arbor 

1. Research Project by Professor Chandra L. Alston

This professional head shot of Professor Alston appears on the University site.x

Faculty: Education 

Professor Alston is engaged in a variety of research that focuses on developing more effective pedagogies. These pedagogies are meant to apply to core practices for teaching across both elementary schools and secondary school English Language Arts. By understanding how to develop such pedagogies, students and teachers will enhance their learning experiences.

2. Research Project by Bob Bain

This image of Professor Bain shows him looking excitedly at the camera.

Faculty: Education 

Professor Bain’s current research interests center upon discovering and analyzing the difference between various approaches to both doing and teaching history. Because history is such an all encompassing topic, by understanding the unique ways to teach history and make history, students will have a better grasp of material and knowledge.

3. Research Project by Richard Bagozzi

This is a head shot of Professor Bagozzi.

Faculty: Business

Within the subject of business, Professor Bagozzi studies the behaviors within management. More specifically, he has been conducting research into the study of human emotions, decision making, and theory of the mind. This extensive research has been done through a variety of means, including experimentation, survey research, and qualitative research. His work has and continues to influence those in a variety of other fields.

4. Research Project by Denise G. Tate

This is a head shot of Professor Tate.

Faculty: Medicine 

Professor Tate works primarily on studying how to improve the quality of life for those who suffer from mild to extreme spinal cord injuries. Her work is so important to not only those who suffer from such injuries but also to those who are family members and friends of those who do. She serves as the Associate Chair of Research and works closely with the the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

5. Research Project by Adam S. Lauring

This image show Professor Lauring smiling excitedly at the camera.

Faculty: Physics 

Professor Lauring primarily works on RNA viruses and studies the cause of various infectious diseases. Specifically, he spends most of his time doing basic and translational research on RNA virus evolution. He is extremely busy with work and his family, but he loves what he does!

Ultimately, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor has the reputation of being an outstanding university, and judging from these professors, this reputation is fitting. The professors and students here are dedicated to research and learning, which makes this school a perfect fit for creative and passionate people.