University Health Service

Tips for Low Temps

Cold snap! Severe cold weather, especially combined with wind, can be hazardous. Learn how to protect yourself.

Stay in the Blue App Privacy

Stay in the Blue Mobile Application

Privacy Policy, June 2018


This privacy policy governs your use of the Stay in the Blue software application (“Application”) on a mobile device that was created by The University of Michigan. The Application includes, for example, a blood alcohol content estimator, links to local cabs, links to local laws and alcohol harm-reduction messages.

What information does the Application obtain and how is it used?

New for Students: Well-being on Canvas


We are excited to share a new resource for you, a well-being website on Canvas!

Students have asked for an easy way to access campus well-being resources from one place. Canvas was suggested as that go-to place, and we listened. Over the past year, we worked alongside you to create this brand-new tool.

You may have already noticed the new U-M Model of Well-being throughout campus, and now you can find the colorful icon on the main Canvas menu! Click on it to:

  • Learn about the U-M Model of Well-being, which extends beyond physical and mental health

  • Explore campus resources to help you accomplish your well-being goals

  • Step back from the books and take a break with videos to guide meditation, have a laugh, or make a snack

  • Stay up-to-date on campus events that promote student well-being

  • Ask a question, offer feedback, suggest a resource, and more

  • Use the “Communications Toolkit” (found in the site footer) to share this information with other U-M students

We hope you enjoy this new site as one of the many ways that the University of Michigan supports your well-being. And we welcome your feedback, which you can provide through the “Contact” form on the site.

Go Blue!

E. Royster Harper, PhD
Vice President, Student Life

Robert D. Ernst, MD
Associate Vice President of Student Life for Health and Wellness
Executive Director of University Health Service
Clinical Assistant Professor

Sean DeMonner
Executive Director of Teaching & Learning, Information Technology Services

Daniel Greene
Student Body President, Central Student Government

U-M Model of Personal Well-Being