ACUM Advisor Training Course

The ACUM offers an extensive advisor training course in Canvas to help new academic advisors acclimate to advising best practices at Michigan,  promote the continued growth and development of experienced advisors, and elevate the advising profession and provide growth opportunities.  

Inclusive & Welcoming Advising

This report from the Center for Academic Innovation and the Engineering Advising Center shares results from their study of how undergraduate students at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor experience advising, with a focus on students in demographic groups that research suggests are more likely to face barriers on campus. This study has a number of implications for advisors and advising administrators as well as future research.

Past ACUM Event Resources

Resources from past ACUM events are available to ACUM members in Google Drive. If you are an ACUM member and have difficulty accessing any of the resources below, please make sure you are logged in to your U-M account.


The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) is the primary professional association for advisors in higher education. 

Advising Offices at U-M

The Campus Information office in Student Life maintains a list of academic advising contacts across campus. Please note that this list may not be up-to-date or comprehensive and is not provided by the ACUM.