Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, UM-Dearborn classes are being held remotely through the end of the semester, Summer I and Summer II. Most campus operations are being conducted remotely and buildings are closed. Before coming to campus please call ahead to determine how services are being delivered. Events have been postponed or canceled, including Spring 2020 Commencement. Pass/fail decision date extended to May 5. For more updates please visit the Coronavirus information page

Education and Programs

The University of Michigan-Dearborn has been providing experiential environmental education on its campus for more than 40 years. Click on the links below to see a schedule of the upcoming events at the Environmental Interpretive Center and to learn how you can participate in our environmental programs.

School Programs - Programs for organized groups intended to complement various Grade Level Content as defined by the State of Michigan.

Community Programs - Programs for various age groups and families wishing to learn more about the natural environment.

University Activities - Learning opportunities and organizations for University students.

Watershed Education - Information about the annual Rouge River Water Festival.

PolliNation Project - Lean about how insect hotels can provide opportunities for pollinator education and conservation. 

COVID-19 Closure Impacts

Due to the COVID-19 closures, we are uncertain when we will again be registering for programs.  Please contact us with any questions at umd-eicenter@umich.edu or 313-593-5338.

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