The University of Michigan-Dearborn is dedicated to the health and safety of our campus community. Our teams have been hard at work preparing for a health-informed Fall Semester. This webpage is designed to assist our campus community in navigating the new procedures for getting around campus.
Parking on Campus
Parking Permits are required for all on-campus faculty, staff, and students. Faculty and staff who need to be on campus in Fall 2020 will receive their parking passes through the mail, after they have submitted the required form. Returning students will receive a parking pass at the building temperature checkpoint after their first class on campus. New UM-Dearborn students will receive a parking pass as part of the Mcard creation process. Visit the Parking webpage for additional information.
Building Status & Definitions
Buildings on campus currently fall into three (3) categories: "Open-Screened," "Closed-Locked," or "Closed-Offline." Click on the link below for the current status of each building and for a definition of each category.
Building Entry Maps
In accordance with State of Michigan Executive Orders and CDC Guidelines, specific building entrances have been designated. Click on the link below to view authorized building entrances for buildings in "Open-Screened" status.
NOTE: Building entrances will only be unlocked at scheduled class times for registered students and faculty. For all other building access needs, visit the Campus Access webpage.
All registered faculty and students will be required to present a MCard at the temperature check stations for building entry at scheduled class times. Visit the Fall 2020 MCard Information webpage for details.
A reduced campus shuttle will be available for the Fall Semester. Visit the Shuttle webpage for details.
COVID-19 Safety Information
Environmental Health and Safety at the University of Michigan-Dearborn is dedicated to the health and safety of our campus community, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Refer to EHS COVID-19 Safety Information webpage for more information. If you have any questions, call the EHS office at 313-593-6679.