Transfer Student Events for March
Transfer Student Events for March

Hello, Transfer Students!

Welcome to the Month of March! May this new month bring new opportunities for success and prosperity your way! As always, below, you will find exciting events for this month! Make sure to check out all of our events, activities, and the Transfer Student spotlight below!
Stay Safe and Go Blue!

Giving Blue Day 2021 

Giving Blueday is the University of Michigan’s annual day of giving. Giving Blueday is a day for everyone who loves Michigan to join together to combine their support and maximize impact.

 This year's annual Giving Blueday will take place on Wednesday, March 10, 2021, from 12:00 a.m. through 11:59 p.m. EST.

Gifts can be made by phone or online on March 10!  You can make an online gift at any time on March 10 or you make a gift by phone from 7:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. EST by calling 888.518.7888.

Giving Blue Day Information
Join us for Snacks and Service Friday, March 12 from 5:30-6:30pm as we decorate cards for "Gotta Have Sole". Snacks will also be provided along with a card decorating kit! Make sure to RSVP below! You can join via zoom or by clicking the "Join Now" button!
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Do you have what it takes to win Jeopardy! Test your knowledge of trivia with teams of two! Make sure to grab your friend in this heated game.  The top three teams will win Amazon gift cards! Join now using the link below:
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Transfer Student Spotlight

Meet Briana Walk! Briana transferred from Macomb Commnity College and is a Sophomore majoring in Children and Families. Briana is a part of CRUISE, FirstGen, SOAR, SSS, and works at U of M ECEC. Throughout these experiences, Briana states that they all have helped her gain experience and support throughout each of her activities on campus. Furthermore, Briana touches on her transfer experience in the virtual setting stating "My time here has been great as an overall experience simply because of the huge support system. This is my first time doing full time virtual learning and I am more connected to my peers than I was in in-person learning." Briana's main advice to you is: "It is ok to try again. I am 31 and gave up so many times before, even last semester. But I didn’t throw in the towel. Your will to succeed will power your drive to get there." With all of her experience so far on campus, Briana's most valuable takeaway is best stated when she takes her time and celebrates the small wins because they all count!
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