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Rackham Life

Pursuing a graduate degree is an endeavor that brings unique challenges and rewards. Rackham serves as a vital resource for our students in that pursuit, in ways both big and small. On this page, find links to information on a range of topics that we hope will enhance your time at Michigan and help you find assistance when you need it, from connections to graduate student groups to tips on living in Ann Arbor and resources for your personal well-being.

Rackham also offers an array of events and programming designed specifically for graduate students. You can find details about all of our upcoming events through the Rackham Events Calendar.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Rackham Graduate School has a history and tradition of valuing the diversity of our students as an essential dimension of excellence in graduate education.

Student Communities

Resources

Mental Health Crisis or Emergency?

If you are in crisis, there is a counselor-on-duty at CAPS in the Tappan Auxiliary Building, 609 Tappan Street, during business hours. If this is an urgent after hours matter, please call CAPS at 734.764.8312 and select “0” to be connected with a crisis counselor. If it is an emergency, please call Psychiatric Emergency Services at 734.936.5900 or dial 911.

Rackham Graduate School will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 21. We will return at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, November 26. During the holiday, there will be no processing of application materials and no updates to your Wolverine Access account. After we reopen, there will be a delay in processing application materials. Thank you for your patience as we process the high volume of materials.