Student Support

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Spectrum Center provides a variety of support services for the U-M community. We also provide referrals to resources outside of the center. Our goal is to ensure students have the support they need to thrive on campus.

Crisis and emergencies

In crisis or facing urgent financial needs?


Spectrum Center administers two routine funding opportunities—project grants for individuals and recognized student organizations, as well as scholarships named in honor of Chris Armstrong and John D. Evans.

Helping fuel projects by individuals and groups to make campus a better place.

The Chris Armstrong Scholarship and John D. Evans Scholarship.

Personal well-being and growth

Mental/emotional wellness, physical wellness, and sexual wellness.

Mentorship programs are on pause during the 2023-24 academic year.

Have any questions?

Contact Spencer Hall (, program specialist for support services and wellness.