The Center for Campus Involvement (CCI) is the hub for student activities at the University of Michigan. Research suggests that students who are involved on campus tend to have better grades, retention and graduation rates and have a more enjoyable college experience overall. Getting involved can take many forms and is uniquely defined by every individual, group or student organization. It means becoming engaged with your academic priorities, but also reserving some time for growth outside of the classroom.
CCI implements over 300 co-curricular programs each year, including, but not limited to, cultural and educational programs, films, art exhibits, UMix Late Night, athletic/spirit activities and various performance groups and concerts. In addition, we provide support for the 1400+ student organizations at the University through various services and resources.