Founded in 1849 as a small teacher's college, EMU is a major learning and research institution with a distinct mix of comprehensive academic resources and strong community initiatives.
We offer more than 200 undergraduate majors, minors and certificates, plus more than 150 graduate programs to our 21,105 students.
The Associate Provost and Assistant Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research oversees the research support services at EMU. These offices include:
The research support enterprise at EMU has been designed as a one-stop shop for faculty pursuing research, scholarly, and creative activity.
The library is committed to helping individuals achieve their academic goals. Whether that may be instructing individuals through consultations, teaching within the classrooms, or chatting online, the library connects with all so they may become independent thinkers, lifelong learners, and global citizens.
We provide a wide range of computer support for students, faculty, and staff. This includes support for Google Mail and G Suite, My.Emich, EMU Wireless, university owned computers, university licensed software, and ResNet assistance for students living in the residence halls.
University Health Services (UHS) provides high quality, accessible, affordable health care for Eastern Michigan University students, faculty and staff.Clinic services provided include:
Campus Life offers student-centered learning, development and involvement activities that challenge and support the unique gifts, needs, experiences and interests of our students, our professional staff members and members of the broader campus community.
Going to college is all about exploring your interests, and no matter what you're interested in, you're likely to find a student organization here--full of people who share your passion. Student organizations help you: