Current Student Resources

Cost, financial aid and scholarships



Tutoring and Writing Support

Health and Well-Being

Payne Family Native American Center

 Native-Student Focused Student Clubs

Student Employment


  • Work-study is aid that is earned by obtaining a work-study position on campus or in the community and then working no more than 19 hours a week at that job.  Work-study is need based and limited in funding, therefore not all students will qualify for it. A student awarded work-study will only receive the funding if they secure a position and work the hours. Though work-study funding is taxable income, it is excluded from student wages on the FAFSA in the upcoming year. Learn more about work-study.


  • Handshake is a platform for UM students to connect with employers. UM students use Handshake to find jobs and internships, register for career events, connect with employers and more. All available campus positions are listed on Handshake. Your Handshake log-in is your UM NetID/Password.

UM-affiliated Native Student Facebook Groups