Not sure who to contact? 
No problem. You can simply write or call us here:

Student Life Development Office
3003 South State Street, Suite 9000
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1288

Phone: (734) 647-7309
Fax: (734) 647-6100

To speak to us about giving opportunities, please contact:

Matt Burrows
​Executive Director, Parent & Family Giving, Student Life, and Diversity Initiatives
(734) 647-1940 |

Heidi Jesiel
Director, Student Life
(734) 615-5159 | 
Unit Liaison: Dean of Students Office; Michigan Debate Team; Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning; Michigan Dining; Spectrum Center; University Health Service (UHS); University Housing; University Unions

Kyle Nowels
Associate Director, Student Life
(734) 763-2855 | 
Unit Liaison: Blavin Scholars Program; Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS); Fraternity & Sorority Life; Recreational Sports/Club Sports; Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD)

Kelley Stokes-Samuel
Associate Director, Diversity Outreach Programs
(734) 647-6065 |
Unit Liaison: The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR); Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA); William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center

Elizabeth Rathsack
Assistant Director, Student Life
(734) 647-2835 | 
Unit Liaison: Center for Campus Involvement (CCI)/University Activities Center (UAC); International Center; M-LEAD; Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC); University Career Center 

Pam Drake
Senior Development Assistant, Parent & Family Giving, Student Life, and Diversity Initiatives
(734) 647-7309 |

Emily Richardson
Senior Development Assistant, Parent & Family Giving, Student Life, and Diversity Initiatives
(734) 763-3369 |

The University’s largest-ever fundraising campaign, the first in which Student Life has participated with articulated goals, is thoughtful, visionary, and transformative – worthy of the name “Victors for Michigan.” Student Life is committed to student learning and the development of the whole student. We facilitate transformation and enrich education through new opportunities for learning and development; fostering an environment for the success of all community members; developing a deeper understanding of ourselves and others on an inclusive campus; enabling students to practice positive physical, emotional, social, intellectual, mental, and spiritual health; preparing students to succeed during and after their university experience; resolving complex issues through advocacy, services, and compliance; and providing programs and facilities for the physical, social, psychological, academic, and recreational needs of the campus community. 

To do all this, and much more, Student Life needs your support—be a Victor for Student Life. Be a Victor for Michigan.