Sweetland Writing Center
The place to receive assistance on writing assignments no matter the level or form.
Tutoring groups and centers relevant to engineering topics.
Resources for an Inclusive Community
ECE is committed to building a more inclusive and supportive environment that will welcome people from all identities. We are striving to ensuring our environment is one that celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion for everyone, and we want to hear from you.
There are many ways to make your voice heard. Contact one of the designated people listed below to share your questions/concerns/suggestions. Remember that some people are required to report instances of harassment or misconduct, so please ask first if you want to keep the conversation confidential.
Thank you for helping strengthen our community!
Contact ECE Program Chairs
The program chairs are open to hearing about all kinds of concerns, questions, and requests concerning the department. You can message them directly, or attend their weekly office hours.
ECE Graduate Program Chair
Prof. Heath Hofmann
Phone: (734) 647-1107
Office: 4421 EECS
ECE Undergrad Program Chair
Prof. Pei-Cheng Ku
Phone: (734) 764-7134
Office: 2246 EECS
Contact the ECE Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Lead
The ECE DEI Lead is the point-person for concerns regarding support for underrepresented minorities.
Prof. Herbert Winful
Phone: (734) 647-1804
Office: 3106 ERB
Contact a member of the ECE Committee for an Inclusive Department
The ECE Committee for an Inclusive Department facilitates communication among students, staff, and faculty to identify and address institutional barriers to success. The committee works to develop events and educational materials to foster a supportive, respectful environment.
Prof. Fred Terry
Phone: (734) 763-9764
Office: 2308 EECS
Prof. Khalil Najafi
Phone: (734) 763-6650
Office: 2404 EECS
Prof. Cynthia Finelli
Office: 4413 EECS
ECE HR Specialist
Office: 3300 EECS
ECE PhD Graduate Coordinator
Phone: (734) 647-1758
Office: 3403 EECS
ECE Communications and Marketing
Phone: (734) 764-7078
Office: 3304 EECS
U-M Guidelines for Conduct
Standard Practice Guide
Official repository for the institution-wide policies and procedures of the University of Michigan, maintained to guide and direct the university community.
Standard Practice Guide Policies – Sexual Harassment
U-M definition and policy regarding sexual harassment.
Standard Practice Guide Policies – Discrimination & Harassment
U-M definition and policy regarding discrimination and harassment.
Student Sexual Misconduct Policy
U-M policy & procedures on student sexual & gender-based misconduct & other forms of interpersonal violence.
Health and Counseling Resources
University Health Services (UHS)
UHS provides a full range of health services for university students. This includes pharmacy, eye care, immunizations, nutrition, physical therapy, etc.
The School of Dentistry provides a teeth cleaning, oral exams, and other procedures at affordable prices.
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD)
SSD provides services and that address accessibility, accommodation, and assistive technology for students with disability.
Counseling on North Campus
The College of Engineering has a counseling office (a branch of CAPS) to meet the needs of engineering students.
Counseling and Psychological Services
The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides counseling to assist you to understand and solve your stress, anxiety, or problems.
An online mental health resource for U-M students.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness (SAPAC)
SAPAC educational and supportive services regarding sexual assault, intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, and stalking.
Child Care Funding Resources
A comprehensive list of family and parenting resources available at the University of Michigan.
Conflict Resolution/Student Grievances
If you have a conflict or grievance with another student, faculty, or staff at the University, here are a few offices that can assist you in finding a solution.
Honor Code: Engineering
Policies and procedures regarding cheating, plagiarism, and other issues of academic integrity.
Information Technology Services
The ITS Accounts Office can assist with computing accounts, subscriptions, uniqnames, passwords, and billing inquiries regarding ITS services.
Student Legal Services
A full service law office for students to gain advice and counseling on a wide variety of legal subjects.
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Understand what is expected of you as a student with the University of Michigan community