At CEW+, we work to break down barriers and increase access through funding. We offer opportunities for scholarships, emergency grants, sponsorships, and more for a range of situations and life circumstances.
CEW+ Irma M. Wyman Student Grant Program
Frances and Sydney Lewis Visiting Leaders Fund
Career & Education Counseling
Our professionally trained and experienced counselors work within a developmental framework to help individuals consider their options, make informed choices, and both define and resolve problems, while focusing on issues of achieving their career goals and balance between school, work, and family.
Typical counseling services for students may include discussions around:
- Navigating the University experience
- Work/Life balance issues
- Emergency funding for current U-M Ann Arbor students
- Tailored support for underserved students
- Financial aid options
- Resume/cover letter/application review
Stop in at CEW+ or call 734-764-6360 to schedule an appointment.
Through a variety of initiatives, task forces, groups, and organizations, we include, lift up, and amplify diverse voices.
Council for Nontraditional StudentsCOUNTS is a university-wide council comprised of faculty, staff, and students focused on supporting the success of underserved students through resource sharing, collaboration, and tracking emerging needs.
Student CaregiversResources for U-M students with caregiver responsibilities.
Supporting the Academic Excellence of Student CaregiversStudent caregivers are some of the most focused and resourceful students on campus, as demonstrated by their ability to balance school, work, and parental responsibilities. Did you know that 26% of all college students nationwide are raising children?
CEW+ Scholar CommunityThe CEW+ Scholar Community consists of current and past CEW+ scholarship recipients, and exists to support, inspire, & unleash the collective power of participating Scholars and Fellows to make a positive impact in their lives, in their communities, and in the world.
Academic Coaching Pilot ProgramThe Academic Coaching Program offers one-on-one academic coaching and peer-led community activities.
CEW+ ResearchCEW+’s publications include research reports policy and advocacy papers, and resources for department chairs. The work of CEW+ researchers is supplemented by the research publications of our Visiting Scholars. All publications listed are downloadable.
American Association of University WomenAAUW student organizations are demanding equity for women and girls on college and university campuses around the world.
Events & Workshops
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Stamps Auditorium, Walgreen Drama Center 1226 Murfin Ave., Ann Arbor, MI, 48109
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Study Space for Students
CEW+ Student Study Space
330 E. Liberty Street, Michigan Square Building
Please visit the CEW+ Student Study Space during open business hours – a safe and welcoming place where you can study, network, or just hang out and relax.
Student Parent and Caregiver Study Room
Shapiro Library, Basement, Room B002 (view floorplan)
This child-friendly space, located close to elevators and restrooms, is an environment where student parents and caregivers can get work done while accompanied by the ones they care for.
Access to the room is available by keycode only to members of Michigan Caregivers and Student Parents (MCaSP).
For more information or to join the group, email firstname.lastname@example.org.