Reducing Economic Barriers: The Go Blue Guarantee
The Go Blue Guarantee provides Michigan residents who are accepted into the U-M and have a family income of less than $65,000—and assets below $50,000—with the opportunity to receive free in-state tuition for four years of undergraduate study on the Ann Arbor campus.
Cultivating College Access: Wolverine Pathways
Wolverine Pathways collaborates with the families, schools, and communities of Detroit, Southfield and Ypsilanti to provide free, year-round educational enrichment to middle and high school scholars.
Recruiting Diverse Faculty: Collegiate Fellows Program
The Collegiate Fellows program is aimed at recruiting and retaining exceptional early-career scholars who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to building an inclusive and diverse intellectual community.
Michigan Medicine Recruitment Toolkit
The Michigan Medicine Recruitment Toolkit is an effort to assure greater diversity, equity and inclusion in hiring by creating a set of uniform, universally applicable guidelines across all units.
Inclusive Teaching Professional Development
The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching has provided leadership on inclusive teaching and making DEI an integral part of professional practice and research on teaching and learning.
Creating a University Diversity Professorship
For over 150 years, faculty at the University of Michigan have made significant contributions to the advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in academia.
Organizational Learning, Education and Development
An essential component of U-M’s campuswide DEI Strategic Plan is providing education and professional development for all staff and faculty members—more than 55,000 in all.
Developing a High Impact Staff Event
MSTAFF200 was designed by staff, for staff, as part of the U-M’s Bicentennial Celebration.