For the sake of caution due to the COVID-19 virus, we have temporarily converted all campus-based courses and most student services to an online format. However, we are still working, still serving students, and still accepting applicants to our undergraduate and graduate programs.

Undergraduate Students

Current Students

The Student Services Office remains ready to answer your questions and concerns and can meet with students virtually while the office is closed.  All current students are directed to email our office at for all correspondence during this time.  Emails will be acknowledged within 3 office hours. 

Remote hours of operation are: 
Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. 

Appointments:  Advisors are available to advise you by email and Zoom (audio and/or video options).   Please email the Student Services Office at with your request for an appointment or to be connected with an advisor.  You must send the email from your ​​​​umich email account.  When composing your message, use the subject line  "Advising Appointment"

In the body of your message, make sure to include:

  • your full name 
  • your university ID number 
  • preferred days and times to schedule an appointment
  • advisor preference, if you have one. 

Our office will do our best to accommodate your preferred schedule during our hours of operation. You will receive an email confirmation of your appointment.

Questions:  Please email our office at with your questions/concerns.  Be sure to include: your f​​​ull name, your university ID number, and a detailed message.  Your email will be acknowledged within the time frame stated above.

Inquiries and Non-Current UM-Dearborn Students

Anyone who is interested in applying to UM-Dearborn or whose previous admission has become deactive, should contact our transfer advisor, Cathy Boatin, at You can find additional information and resources for your situation on the...

Advising Resources

Advising & Registration webpage has resources and registration information. 
Newly Admitted Students webpage lists and events and resources for students beginning their first semester. 

Graduate Students

Academic Advising

  • Check out our advising and registration information for answers to the most commonly-asked questions about course registration, degree requirements, and graduation.
  • We are available to advise you by email and by phone, too!  Email to ask your question or set up a phone appointment.

Master's Program Admission Information

We are accepting applicants for May, September, and January admission.  We offer several ways to learn more about admission to our top-ranked MBA and MS programs, dual-degree and online options:

  • View our admission process and criteria.
  • Join our virtual information session on May 12, 12:00-1:00 pm EDT.  We'll provide an overview of our master's programs and discuss the admission process.  You'll be able to live chat your questions. For attending, we will waive the $60 application fee. To be eligible, make sure to register
  • Speak with us by video chat, phone, or email.  We would be glad to tell you more about our master's programs, review your transcripts, and answer your questions about admission. Contact us at

Academic Support Services

Student Resources for Working and Studying Remotely

Courses are still in session, even though campus-based courses have temporarily moved to an online format.  We offer numerous resources to help students work and study remotely.

DS Tutoring

DS tutoring is still available. Request a virtual appointment online.

Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction leaders are still available for select courses. Check the Supplemental Instruction discussion board in Canvas for information on how to request a virtual appointment.

College of Business

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