Description: Need any assistance with course registration in Wolverine Access? Staff from the Office of the Registrar will be onsite to assist you. Please note this session is not about academic advising where you would discuss course requirement for the degree.
Description: Everyone needs an “elevator pitch” – that brief introduction which tells others who you are and what you do. When asked about yourself, you need to be able tell both experts and non-experts about your training, your research and scholarship, and why this should matter to them. Come to this workshop to learn how to effectively communicate your work and present yourself in a clear, concise, and effective way.
Description: IC advisors will provide updates on any changes to immigration regulations or procedures that affect F-1 and J-1 students, and on the Executive Orders, and will answer questions.
After that, there will be some time for informal conversation (and cookies!) with other international students and with IC staff.
Description: Need help with your federal taxes? Come to the presentation and get your questions answered. To register for this workshop, email email@example.com.
Important: Food and drinks are not allowed in the Amphitheatre. This workshop is specifically designed for F-1 and J-1 international students and scholars.
Description: Representatives from the Michigan Department of the Treasury will explain the State of Michigan tax form to international students and scholars. This workshop is specifically designed for F-1 and J-1 international students and scholars. It will not help permanent residents or U.S. citizens. Individual assistance will be available after the presentation.
Description: University Health Service (UHS) staff will describe campus health care services available to students and scholars, how to use services and how services relate to insurance. The workshop includes a 30-minute presentation followed by an optional tour of UHS.
This workshop is co-sponsored by University Health Service (UHS).
Description: The ability to write effective email messages is an essential skill in academic and professional settings. Yet email presents special challenges because it shares characteristics with both written and spoken language and because it can be formal or informal, depending on the situation. This workshop focuses on strategies for writing clear, effective and professional emails which are likely be read and to create a good impression.
Description: This orientation workshop is designed for all U-M international employees (including international students who will work for U-M), and for students who will receive fellowships that pay for living expenses (not just tuition.)
Before you start work, you will be asked to fill out a number of forms, including Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form W-4, State of Michigan Form W-4, the "Alien Certificate", and perhaps other forms if your country has a tax treaty with the United States.