Host a student project
Offering opportunities to organizations from all industries that seek impact and access to University of Michigan School of Information students
Client-Based Courses (CBC) and Programs
The School of Information has a rich history of connecting organizations with high-caliber students who deploy their developing knowledge and skills to address real information challenges. Guided through a curriculum that acknowledges that real-world challenges are provided only by real-world organizations, students engage in client projects to both provide benefits to the client organization and to enhance their skill sets.
Organizations from all industries and sectors are invited to propose information-based projects for students to work on through capstone projects, client-based courses, and programs. Most courses and programs occur during the academic school year, September through December or January through April. Select opportunities occur over the summer months (May through August) or in shorter sessions throughout the year.
To learn more about what we look for in clients and project proposals, view our Ideal Clients and Projects guide.
To register your contact information and project idea, visit .
Client Benefits of Hosting a Student Project
- Gain access to the latest tools and methods practiced by top students working under experienced faculty
- Build relationships with UMSI students for recruitment potential and to see how they solve problems
- Receive impactful recommendations or deliverables to improve an information process or tool based on the problem presented
For more information on the project proposal process, engagement timeline, and more, view our Client Guide.
If you are a student interested in learning more about engaged learning through client-based courses and programs, visit our Engaged Learning Office webpage.