Native American Resource Guide for members of the UM Native community.
Click here to download the manual.
AIUM Informational Brochure
A printable brochure that provides general information about Natives at the University of Michigan.
Click here to download the brochure.
General information about the University of Michigan including
academic programs, research and athletics.
Undergraduate admissions information for new and transfer students.
Rackham Graduate Admissions
Admissions information for the over 120 Rackham programs of graduate study.
Professional Degree Programs
Information concerning admissions to the professional degree programs, including the links to the UM Medical School, Law School and Ross School of Business.
Office of Financial Aid
For general questions and information regarding financial aid.
Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA)
For information on student programs and support services geared towards students of color at UM
Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives (OAMI)
For information on a student-focused office responsible for administering a variety of educational multicultural programs at UM
Native American Studies Program
Information on the Native American Studies Program at UM.
Noongwa e-Anishinaabemjig: People Who Speak Anishinaabemowin Today
Information on the Ojibwe language program at UM.
Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan
Information on the Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver including who qualifies, the application process and an application download
Tuition Waiver History
A history of the Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver by the Central Michigan University Clarke Historical Library
American Indian Health and Family Services (AIHFS)
AIHFS is a non-profit health center serving the Native American community of Southeastern Michigan.
AIHFS' approach integrates traditional Native American healing and spiritual practices with contemporary western medicine
in both treatment and prevention.
Native American Affairs, Department of Human Services
The Department of Human Services, in collaboration with Michigan's 12 federally recognized American Indian tribes, has developed a coordinated vision and service delivery system that focuses on the preservation of Indian families.