Detroit Guide

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Student Service Center

Student Service Center

Students are able to access a variety of resources in one place, including Admissions, Dual J.D., Financial Aid, Multicultural Affairs, Registrar, and Student Affairs and Services.

No Better Place to Make Connections

No Better Place to Make Connections

For the fifth year in a row, UDM Law 2Ls and 3Ls stepped forward to mentor the Fall 2014 first-year class. Student-to-student mentors help incoming students make the transition to law school, introduce them to new friends, and engage them in the life of the school.

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Students who demonstrate financial need may be employed through the Federal Work Study program for a maximum of 15 to 20 hours per week during the regular academic year. Students desiring a work study award are encouraged to submit their FAFSA before March 1 each year as funds are extremely limited.

Law students who qualify for work study funds may find positions at the School of Law or in law-related jobs with nonprofit agencies such as Neighborhood Legal Services-Michigan.

The University also offers a small number of part-time, non-work-study jobs for students who have no financial need or whose need is met through other sources. Full-time international students may work in one of these non-work-study positions only. All of these jobs are on campus.

Jobs are mainly of two types: clerical and research assistants. Clerical positions may start in the $10-$12 hourly range; most research assistantships start at $12 per hour.

Please see the Student Employment Information Sheet showing the documents students need to work during the 2011-12 academic year.