- Ann Arbor Hands On Museum
- Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Learning and Service: Facilitates community service and learning programs for University students, faculty, staff and community partners. Programs include America Reads, Interfaith Action, Project Community and SERVE.
- Engineering Honor Council (EHC)
When students petitioned for the establishment of the Honor Code in 1915, the Honor Council was soon established to uphold it. The Honor Code exists so that there is an atmosphere of trust between students and faculty, in addition to helping students develop values such as integrity for careers in engineering. The Engineering Honor Council comprises nine to thirteen undergraduate and graduate students who are charged with upholding the Honor Code. Although its main job is to investigate violations, it also proactively speaks to new engineering students, GSIs, and faculty in educating them about the Honor Code. Prospective members fill out an application and undergo an interview with the Council.
- Food Gatherers
- Huron Valley Humane Society
- International Buddy Program
The mission of the International Buddy Program is two-fold: to help acclimate incoming international students to their new UM surroundings and to help make them feel integrated and to give CoE students the opportunity to develop a more global perspective and learn about another culture.
- K-Grams: Short for "Kids Programs," K-grams is a mentoring and learning program that pairs up college and elementary school students through a suite of programs. An entirely student-led organization, K-grams brings people together from all facets of the University of Michigan campus and the local community.
- Leslie Science and Nature Center
- North Campus Service Day: In the winter semester, North Campus students dedicate an annual day to community service and social action with the hope of fostering a lifelong commitment to serve. Contact the University of Michigan Engineering Council (UMEC) for more information.
- Office of New Students: The Office of New Student Programs has several opportunities throughout the year for students to get involved with the office as part of Orientation, Mentorship, Welcome to Michigan or the ONSP Desk Staff.
- ProCEED (Program for Community Engagement in Engineering Design): Constructing community-based projects in engineering design courses. Groups of three to five students work with project sponsors to bring ideas to prototype. Past projects include a Heat-Raised Ink Braille Printer and a Mobile Transfer Device to Aid the Wheelchair-Bound.
- Reach Out!: Child and teen mentoring by University students. Currently organizes weekly science clubs for area elementary schools and community centers and matches mentors with local teens. Opportunities are available for volunteers on a short- or long-term basis.
- UM Community Guide
- Women in Science and Engineering Program Office: Become a peer mentor and help other female graduate students.