The International Center (IC) hires Orientation Peer Advisors (graduate and undergraduate students) to assist with new international students who will begin their studies at University of Michigan (U-M) - Ann Arbor Fall 2022. In the process, you can expect to improve your communication skills, work with a team, help new international students ease the transition to a new environment, and make some friends -- all while getting paid!
Before you travel abroad: Confirm that you meet the entry requirements for your travel destination(s), and for all flight transfer locations, which may include showing proof of a specific type of negative COVID-19 test, showing proof of being fully vaccinated, etc. Check embassy or consulate websites of your destination(s) for updated information, and be aware that entry requirements can change with little notice.
Robert Sellers, Vice Provost for Equity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer, and Martino Harmon, Vice President for Student Life, recently issued a statement on the war in Ukraine. The statement encourages all members of the University community to extend support and compassion to one another, and includes resources for support and assistance for students, faculty and staff.
The Social Security Administration has announced that Social Security offices will restore in-person services, including for people without appointments, on April 7, 2022. Masks are required. Getting a Social Security Number and Card has information about eligibility for social security numbers/cards and about how to apply.