Jobs, internships, graduate school, professional school . . . for a University of Michigan undergraduate, the possibilities are endless. A Michigan degree opens many doors, and for undergraduates, the array of options may be overwhelming.
Trained advisors can help students navigate the decision-making process. The University Career Center is the main source for students seeking career guidance and information. It provides career counseling and advising, career information, pre-professional services, graduate school information, job and internship information, and educational programs, workshops, and classes, and it is open to students in all U-M Schools and Colleges. In addition to the University Career Center, some Schools and Colleges provide career offices or services specific to students in those areas of study.
- Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
- Stamps School of Art & Design
- Ross School of Business
- School of Education
- College of Engineering
- School of Information
- School of Kinesiology
- College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
- School of Music, Theatre, and Dance
- College of Pharmacy
- School of Public Health
- Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
Students in these Schools/Colleges should use both the University Career Center and their School/College career office for maximum effectiveness in their career decision-making process. Students in all Schools/Colleges may also want to consult with academic advisors and faculty as they consider their career options.
Michigan's Alumni Network
Of course, one of the biggest advantages to a Michigan degree is the alumni network that it brings. With over 520,000 living alumni, Michigan grads will have no trouble finding connections in their intended field. The Alumni Association offers many programs designed to connect undergraduates to the powerful Michigan alumni network, including face-to-face and virtual meetings with business leaders, entrepreneurs, experts and professionals in a wide array of career fields.