Please visit the Coronavirus information site for the latest updates regarding UM-Dearborn's COVID-19 response.

University of Michigan-Dearborn leaders have been working with University of Michigan officials and health professionals to closely monitor the spread of COVID-19 over the past several months.

Our goals are to deliver on our mission while protecting health and safety by minimizing the potential spread of the disease, both within our community and in the broader society. 

Use this page to get more information and answers regarding classes, work and campus services.

Classes and Studying

Has UM-Dearborn cancelled classes?

Classes

Classes were canceled Thursday, March 12, Friday, March 13, and Saturday, March 14 to prepare for the transition to delivery remotely in alternative formats beginning Monday, March 16 through the end of the semester. Summer I and II classes are also being held remotely.

Final exams

All final exams will take place remotely in alternative formats. This extends the previous action to prevent all classes from meeting in person. Faculty and instructors will communicate how this will be handled as soon as possible.

I am a student who is impacted by Covid-19. What should I do about classes?

Please contact the Dean of Students Office. If you are having problems completing your course work, please also notify your professors or instructors so that they can work with you on a plan to complete your coursework. 

Do I need to be on campus for final exams?

All final exams will take place remotely in alternative formats. This essentially extends our previous action to prevent all classes from meeting in person. Faculty and instructors will communicate how this will be handled as soon as possible. Students will not be required to come to our campuses for instruction or exams for the remainder of this semester.

 

What do I do if I don't have access to a computer or internet from home?

As you continue your studies under these changing circumstances, we want to make sure that you are aware of the Student Resources for Working and Studying Remotely web page. In particular, we want to highlight some useful resources:

  • The university is providing students, faculty and staff, who have no other options for access, the ability to connect to wi-fi from inside their cars in the Fairlane Center parking lot. This map demonstrates where wi-fi will be available, in a lot normally reserved for faculty and staff. Access to the Fairlane Center buildings will not be available. This service will only be available to members of the campus community and will require network log-in. Users must contact the Department of Police and Public Safety, at 313-593-5333, both before entering the lot and when exiting the lot. All local and state orders and the practice of social distancing must be adhered to while using this service. This video provides an overview of the service.

  • Comcast has extended its 60 days of free Internet Essentials service to qualified households in their service area. Normally, this would cost $9.95 per month. Qualified households include those eligible for National School Lunch Program, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI and others.

  • Charter/Spectrum is also opening up free access to wifi hotspots.

  • Many smartphones can be turned into instant wi-fi “hotspots” which can allow you to connect to wi-fi on a laptop. Here are a couple of links; you may need to search the internet for information on your individual phone.

  • MiDesktop: ITS Dearborn in partnership with Ann Arbor ITS has implemented the use of MiDesktop to access lab computers remotely. This will allow students to use licensed software that they may need access to without coming to campus. Students with Macs will also be able to use Windows software remotely. Students can visit midesktop.umich.edu and log in with their university account. Instructions on how to sign in and use the resources can be found in this Knowledge Base Article. Once you have logged in you can select from one of the pools of computers. You will be logged out of the computer if you are idle for 60 minutes.  

If you don’t have access to a computer to utilize during this time and need assistance please contact the Dean of Students office at DearbornDOS@umich.edu. 

Registration & Financial Aid

I’m interested in selecting Pass/Fail or dropping one of my Winter 2020 courses, how do I do that?

The university has extended the selective drop period to Friday, April 17 as well as developed an option for students to switch some or all of their Winter 2020 courses to a Pass/Fail grading mode, by Tuesday, May 5. For more information please visit this Course Options Pertinent to the Winter 2020 Semester page.

I’m a UM-Dearborn student experiencing financial challenges, who can I contact?

The university is committed to helping our students navigate these challenging times. 

To better support students experiencing financial challenges:

  • New virtual Financial Aid counseling: Submit Request to set up an appointment
I’m a UM-Dearborn student and have a balance on my account, can I still register for Summer or Fall classes?

In order to assist our students during these challenging time the university has moved the date that Winter 2020 balances are due to May 1 and no late fees will be assessed. This will allow additional time for you to pay and enable you to register for Summer or Fall courses on schedule. Access Self-Service to manage your student account.

Will I receive a full or partial refund of my tuition for my Winter 2020 courses?

Tuition refunds will not be provided. Tuition and fees will continue to pay for our faculty teaching courses as well as all the associated costs of delivering our educational experience in this COVID-related remote environment. Instructors will be available and delivering content, albeit in an alternative format, and students will be completing their classes, receiving credit and grades, and continuing to work toward their degree requirements.

Student Life

How can I stay connected with my friends at UM-Dearborn even though I can’t come to campus?

While we are not on campus together, we hope you’ll continue to stay connected to our community through a variety of virtual programs designed to help you stay engaged. We have a number of virtual programs to help you connect with peers, staff and faculty in the many programs we’re offering -- virtual social hour, film discussion, meditation hours and more. Check out our website for more information. 

VictorsLink, our student life portal, continues to be a hub of activity and engagement where you’ll find lots of great information and resources. 

Bookstore

Rental Questions

I rented a textbook from the bookstore and it’s due back on the April 24, how am I supposed to return it if the store is closed?

The rental due date for the winter 2020 term has been extended to June 15. We have moved all charge dates through the end of the first week of fall classes. Please hold on to your rentals until we have determined the best time and method for safely returning your rented books to the bookstore.

What if I am not around campus when I am notified that it is safe to return my rentals?

You may return your rentals via a prepaid UPS label by clicking here.

What will I need to be able to print my pre-paid UPS label?

You will need your order ID number and the email you confirmed when you rented your textbooks.

What if I don’t know my order ID number or what email address I used?

If you rented your textbooks online, then you would have received an email confirmation with your order ID number in it. If you did not rent your textbooks online and do not know your order ID number, or you are unsure of what email address you used, then please contact the bookstore by emailing sm458@bncollege.com.

What if I don’t have access to a printer?

If you do not have access to a printer most UPS stores have printing capabilities. If you do not feel safe or comfortable being out in public then please email the bookstore at sm458@bncollege.com so we can help you further.

Do I have to drop my prepaid UPS package at a UPS store?

You are able to schedule a pickup at your home by calling 1-800-PICK-UPS.

When will I know to return my rented books?

We will notify you via email of when it is a good time to ship your books back to the store, or if you are able to drop them off in person when and how is the best way to do so.

What if I am done with my rented book and I want to ship it back now?

Please do not ship your books back at this time. The bookstore is currently unable to receive shipments.

What if I already shipped my rental books back to the store?

If you have already shipped your books back using your prepaid UPS label and they have not been bounced back to you, then you should be all set.

What if I shipped my rental books back and they were returned to sender?

If you have already shipped your rental books back to us and they were returned to you, please contact the bookstore via email at sm458@bncollege.com.

When should I send my rental/take them back to the bookstore?

You will be notified via email when and how you should return your rentals. Please do not ship your rented books back until you receive notice to do so.

Cap and Gown Purchases

What if I would still like to purchase my cap and gown even though the bookstore is closed, and commencement is not being held in person?

You will still be able to place your order online by clicking here.

How will I receive my cap and gown?

Your cap and gown will be mailed directly to you from the cap and gown company for a shipping fee.

What if I wanted to use a scholarship to purchase my cap and gown?

If you are eligible to purchase your cap and gown using a scholarship then you will have to contact the bookstore directly by emailing sm458@bncollege.com. Please be sure that you have double checked with the Office of Financial Aid that you are eligible to purchase using a scholarship or other form of aid.

What if I am graduating with honors and I want to purchase my honors cords?

Unfortunately, we are unable to place the honors cords on our cap and gown provider’s website, because honors graduates need to be verified and this cannot be done online. If you would like to still purchase your honor cords, then please contact the bookstore for more information by emailing sm458@bncollege.com.

 

Purchasing Summer Textbooks

How can I purchase my summer textbooks?

The bookstore’s website is still open and available to place an order online. Please go to www.umd.bncollege.com.

How long will it take to process an order?

Unfortunately, there may be a delay in the delivery of your order. Please have patience as we work to process your orders in as a timely manner as our current situation allows.

How can I pick up my order if the bookstore is closed?

Right now, the bookstore is offering free shipping on all online orders, so there is no need to come to the store to pick up your order.

Can I use financial aid when I place my order online?

Yes, closer to the start of class, there will be a financial aid payment key that you can choose at checkout. Please be aware, if you are renting textbooks you will have to add in your credit card but will need to choose an alternate form of payment at the bottom of the payment page. Failure to do so will cause your entire order to be charged to your credit card.

What if I am confused about the purchase options when I look at my classes on the bookstore’s website?

If you have any questions about what is listed for your class, please email the bookstore at sm458@bncollege.com with your questions.

When can I place an order for my summer textbooks?

We ask that you hold off on ordering your textbooks until we are closer to the start of class. This way you are less likely to experience any delays in receiving your books.

 

Bookstore Hours

How long will the bookstore be closed?

The bookstore is following all federal, state, local and campus policies in regard to “safe at home” and social distancing guidelines and will remain closed for the foreseeable future. Please check the bookstore’s website for updated hours of operation by going to www.umd.bncollege.com. As always, please refer to the university’s webpage for all campus related coronavirus information.

For Faculty 

How will our students order their books if the bookstore is closed?

Students can still purchase their books by going to https://umd.bncollege.com/shop/um-dearborn/home.

If the bookstore is closed how will students pick up their books?

The bookstore is currently offering free standard shipping on our website, so students can order their books online and we will ship them to their home.

If the bookstore is closed how will they process student’s orders?

Due to the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the bookstore has altered the way in which we process our orders. We have partnered with the wholesale segment of our company to fulfill online orders direct from their facilities.

How long will it take for students to receive their texts if they are not being shipped from the bookstore?

Some orders will still be processed at the bookstore, but the majority of orders will come from our wholesale warehouse, located in Missouri.

Will students receive their orders in one shipment?

Due to the nature of the fulfillment process, students may receive their packages in multiple shipments.

Are there any alternatives for students, like e-book formats?

Yes, we have expanded our e-book catalogue. If there is an e-book option, then we strongly recommend that students pick this option first. In many cases it may be the only option listed.

Do students have to pick an e-book option?

No. Students can still choose a print format, if that is what they prefer. If a print format is not listed, then they should contact the bookstore for more information. However, our e-book formats offer instant delivery. Students will receive access to their e-books the same day.

What if a student tells us that there are no books listed for our class?

Then please reach out to the bookstore so we can figure out what the issue is.

What is the best method for contacting the bookstore?

For now, the best method for contacting the bookstore is via email: sm458@bncollege.com

Buildings & Services

Is the Mardigian Library Open?

The Mardigian Library and Stamelos Gallery closed. An email from March 16 outlines the available online library resources.

Are classrooms still open?

The majority of classrooms will be closed and locked for security purposes (after they are cleaned and sanitized). Certain classrooms and other spaces with lecture capture capacity will be kept available. 

Will Advising, Tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, and Learning Centers still be available?

Access academic advising (START, CASL Advising & Academic Success Office, CECS Advising Office, CEHHS Office of Student Success, and COB Advising and Registration Office) along with our tutoring services, Supplemental Instruction and the Learning Centers (Kochoff Language Lab, Math Learning Center, Science Learning Center, and Writing Center) will be available. These offices and programs, however, will be moved to a virtual modality and be delivered remotely. Please use these resources, and reach out to each office to schedule appointments and consultation. 

Is the Student Food Pantry still available?

Students needing to access the Student Food Pantry should email umdearbornpantry@umich.edu to set up an appointment. 

Is Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) still available?

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) will continue all appointments with existing clients, though these appointments will not be conducted face to face. Clients will receive information from CAPS shortly, with further direction. CAPS will still take on new clients.

Unfortunately, we are no longer able to provide group therapy sessions but we will be offering anyone involved in group therapy individual appointments. 

CAPS After Hours will still be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (313) 593-5430. 

CAPS has also developed resources for students to help you practice good self-care, manage difficult transitions and de-stress.

Will Research Labs at UM-Dearborn remain open?

All research labs were closed at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 20. University leadership is working to minimize the impact these closures may have on the professional advancement of our colleagues and students and the discovery of new knowledge. Minimal access to laboratories will be maintained to support critical activities, including the care and maintenance of animals, unique reagents and essential equipment and materials.

Is Food Service available on campus?

Food Service is currently not available on campus. During the absence of campus food service, please find local restaurants offering carry-out and delivery service at https://detroitfoodupdates.com/. You may search by restaurant name or search by city. As an additional resource, the UUE team compiled a reference list of restaurants in Dearborn and Dearborn Heights that are currently offering carry-out and/or delivery services.

Is Campus Mail Still being delivered and how can I access it?

Campus Mail and package service will continue to be delivered to department offices daily. Packages with individual names and departments will be delivered to the department as they are received. Courier service to Ann Arbor will continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays until further notice. 

If it is important for a department to receive/review their mail during this time, each department is asked to identify an individual that will be responsible for retrieving mail, at most weekly, for the department. Mail must be retrieved and processed following the procedure on the mail services website.

Work

I work at UM-Dearborn and cannot always work remotely. Will I be paid?

The university has two banks of paid time-off for COVID-19 related absences. 

More information about these paid time-off policies, timekeeping codes and eligible uses can be found on the University Human Resources website. Reviewing the information before completing your next timesheet will help ensure the correct sequence and coding of time off.

Please talk with your supervisor or unit human resources representative if you have questions or concerns, and take care of yourselves and your families during this difficult time.

 

What resources are available for faculty for teaching courses online?

There are a number of resources available for faculty. Please visit the Emergency Planning for Continuity of Instruction website.

 

What should I do if a student in my class, a friend or fellow student in my class, an employee under my supervision or a co-worker is diagnosed with COVID-19?

First, remember that the individual will greatly appreciate having your support while they recover from the illness. You should clarify whether they have received any specific guidance from their physician and/or the public health department and support following that guidance. You should also ask if they need any assistance at this time. If they are a student, ask if they will be able to complete coursework as scheduled or if additional flexibility will be needed; encourage them to notify their professors or instructors in order to work on a plan to make academic progress. Faculty should contact the Dean of Students Office regarding the student’s situation. 

If they are a faculty or staff member, remind them of options for paid time-off related to COVID-19 and ask them to call U-M’s Office of Occupational Health Services at 734-764-8021. The supervisor should inform the Human Resources Director (Rima Berry-Hung) and Director of Emergency Management (Laura Drabczyk). 

Next, you can anticipate that other students or employees may have heard about, or suspect that, someone is out sick with a COVID-19-related illness. They will understandably have concerns when they hear about this. There will be concern for the fellow student or colleague as well as concern over a potential exposure risk to others. Perhaps the most important response to offer is to encourage anyone who is ill for any reason to stay home, to encourage everyone to monitor their own health for signs of illness and to reach out to a healthcare provider as needed. Read more on the HR COVID-19 information page

Please note and remember: Information on cases — confirmed or possible — cannot be shared publicly either with the campus community, or with external organizations or individuals. County health departments are the sole source of updates and information on positive cases in the area.

 

I need to have an I-9 processed, how can I do that?

Please note that HR will now tentatively be completing I-9 forms with employees electronically. 

For new employees, once a job offer is submitted and the background check has passed, a separate email will go out to the new employee with further instructions on how to complete the I-9 form electronically using M-Box (the department/individual who submitted the offer will be cc'd on this email). 

For those employees who need to update/renew their I-9 forms, please have them send an email to HumanResourcesDearborn@umich.edu, and we will send them instructions on how to complete the I-9 form electronically. 

Please note that when campus reopens and operations return to normal, the employee will need to report to the Human Resources Office within three business days with their original documents in order for us to finalize/complete their I-9 form in person.

 

I’m an essential worker that has to be on campus, should I be monitoring for COVID-19 related symptoms before coming to campus?

The health and safety of our community continues to drive our decision making by university leadership. To ensure the safety of all individuals on campus, only essential visits to campus are allowed at this time. If your activity is not essential, please follow the governor’s stay-at-home order. If your function has been identified as essential, your supervisor has provided your name to appropriate campus personnel and your MCard is active. All other MCards remain deactivated. 

If you need to come to campus and your MCard has been deactivated, please notify your supervisor. Your supervisor will notify the appropriate campus personnel to authorize your visit with the specific date, time and location. 

When you arrive on campus, please contact the Department of Public Safety & Security (DPPS) at 313-593-5333. Give the communications officer your name, a contact phone number, and the approximate length of time you will be on campus. Once you have completed your activity, call DPPS to let them know you have left the building. 

You must wear a face covering while inside an enclosed building. You may remove your covering while working alone in your office.

In addition to the above procedures, all employees must self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms by answering these questions to themselves before reporting for duty:

1. Do you have any of the following symptoms?

  • Fever of 100.4 degrees or higher (a verbal confirmation of lack of fever is sufficient)?
    • Do you consider your temperature normal?
  • Cough (excluding chronic cough due to a known medical reason other than COVID-19)?
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing?

2.     Do you have at least two of these symptoms?

  • Chills
  • Repeated shaking with chills
  • Muscle Pain
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • New loss of sense of smell or taste
  • Diarrhea

3.    Have you travelled internationally or outside of Michigan in the last 14 days, excluding commuting from a home location outside of Michigan?  (Commuting is defined as traveling between one’s home and work on a regular basis).

4.    To the best of your knowledge, in the last 14 days have you been in close contact with an individual diagnosed with Covid-19 or with symptoms consistent with COVID-19? Close contact is defined as being within 6 feet (2 meters) for more than 10 minutes; this can occur while caring for, living with, visiting, or sharing a healthcare waiting area or room with someone who has COVID-19 or having direct contact with infectious secretions of a person with COVID-19 (e.g. being coughed on).

If you answer “yes” to any of the screening questions, you may not be permitted to work and will need to do the following: 

  1. Contact your supervisor
  2. Contact Occupational Health Service (OHS) Hotline at 734-764-8021 and select prompt 1. Phone lines are available 6 am – 8 pm each day for employees who are sick and/or have questions related to COVID-19. Screening questions will be asked to determine next steps which may include:
    1. Whether you need to seek COVID-19 testing and where to get the test.
    2. Whether you need to quarantine.

In all circumstances, follow the guidance of your healthcare provider and local health department.

 

I need or want to come into work/my office/campus, is this allowed? What do I need to do?

The health and safety of our community continues to drive our decision making by university leadership. To ensure the safety of all individuals on campus, only essential visits to campus are allowed at this time. If your activity is not essential, please follow the governor’s stay-at-home order. If your function has been identified as essential, your supervisor has provided your name to appropriate campus personnel and your MCard is active. All other MCards remain deactivated. 

If you need to come to campus and your MCard has been deactivated, please notify your supervisor. Your supervisor will notify the appropriate campus personnel to authorize your visit with the specific date, time and location. 

When you arrive on campus, please contact the Department of Public Safety & Security (DPPS) at 313-593-5333. Give the communications officer your name, a contact phone number, and the approximate length of time you will be on campus. Once you have completed your activity, call DPPS to let them know you have left the building. 

You must wear a face covering while inside an enclosed building. You may remove your covering while working alone in your office.

In addition to the above procedures, all employees must self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms by answering these questions to themselves before reporting for duty:

1. Do you have any of the following symptoms?

  • Fever of 100.4 degrees or higher (a verbal confirmation of lack of fever is sufficient)?
    • Do you consider your temperature normal?
  • Cough (excluding chronic cough due to a known medical reason other than COVID-19)?
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing?

2.     Do you have at least two of these symptoms?

  • Chills
  • Repeated shaking with chills
  • Muscle Pain
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • New loss of sense of smell or taste
  • Diarrhea

3.    Have you travelled internationally or outside of Michigan in the last 14 days, excluding commuting from a home location outside of Michigan?  (Commuting is defined as traveling between one’s home and work on a regular basis).

4.    To the best of your knowledge, in the last 14 days have you been in close contact with an individual diagnosed with Covid-19 or with symptoms consistent with COVID-19? Close contact is defined as being within 6 feet (2 meters) for more than 10 minutes; this can occur while caring for, living with, visiting, or sharing a healthcare waiting area or room with someone who has COVID-19 or having direct contact with infectious secretions of a person with COVID-19 (e.g. being coughed on).

If you answer “yes” to any of the screening questions, you may not be permitted to work and will need to do the following: 

  1. Contact your supervisor

  2. Contact Occupational Health Service (OHS) Hotline at 734-764-8021 and select prompt 1. Phone lines are available 6 am – 8 pm each day for employees who are sick and/or have questions related to COVID-19. Screening questions will be asked to determine next steps which may include:

    • Whether you need to seek COVID-19 testing and where to get the test.

    • Whether you need to quarantine.

In all circumstances, follow the guidance of your healthcare provider and local health department.

Should I inform anyone at UM-Dearborn that I have tested positive for, or suspect I have, COVID-19?

Please know that the university community is here to support you as you recover from illness. It is most important that you are in contact with your healthcare provider, and the public health department. The public health department will make the necessary notifications to people you may have been in direct contact with. 

If you are a student, please contact the Dean of Students Office. If, because of your illness, you are having problems completing your course work, please also notify your professors or instructors so that they can work with you on a plan to complete your coursework. 

If you are a faculty or staff member who becomes ill, please follow the steps outlined below.

University of Michigan-Dearborn leaders have been working with University of Michigan officials and health professionals to closely monitor the spread of COVID-19 over the past several months. Our goals are to deliver on our mission while protecting health and safety by minimizing the potential spread of the disease within our campus community.  The following process has been established for UM-Dearborn employees who become ill with COVID-19 symptoms and/or test positive for COVID-19:

Step One:  The ill employee notifies the supervisor of symptoms/confirmed illness. The employee will be asked to call the OHS hotline at 734-764-8021.

Step Two:  The supervisor contacts HR Director and Director of Emergency Management to inform them of the situation and provide full name and contact information for the employee in question.  Appropriate HR Consultant will be assigned to the case for management/follow up. Positive cases will be tracked via a Google spreadsheet.

Step Three:  HR will manage the case with Work~Connections.  HR will also work with the Business Affairs Office, and employee supervisor to complete paperwork for any workers comp cases (also managed by Work~Connections). 

Step Four: HR Consultant will work with the department supervisor and employee to let the ill employee know how to code the timesheet and manage time away from work.

Step Five: Director of Emergency Management will work with the department and supervisor regarding potential contact with the employee's colleagues (for isolation/quarantine purposes), the employee’s work space, and the necessary steps to ensure it is sanitized properly.  Emergency Management will also notify EHS as appropriate.

Step Six: HR team will follow up with the employee during time away to answer questions and determine a safe, return to work.

Please also remember that the university has resources available to assist you during this challenging time. Students, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has resources available on their website and is also continuing to see new and existing clients, virtually. Employees may contact the Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO).

 

I am a supervisor and one of my direct reports shared that they have COVID-19, what do I do?

The State of Michigan Executive Order 2020-91 and the Wayne County Department of Health, Human & Veterans Services Order #20-02 state that any critical/essential employee shall self-monitor their health each day prior to coming to work. The state and county orders are intended to protect workers and limit exposure to the community.

Therefore, your direct reports who are essential/critical personnel will be self-monitoring using the questions below:

1.  Do you have any of the following symptoms?

  • Fever of 100.4 degrees or higher (a verbal confirmation of lack of fever is sufficient)?
    • Do you consider your temperature normal?
  • Cough (excluding chronic cough due to a known medical reason other than COVID-19)?
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing?

2.   Do you have at least two of these symptoms?

  • Chills
  • Repeated shaking with chills
  • Muscle Pain
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • New loss of sense of smell or taste
  • Diarrhea

3.   Have you travelled internationally or outside of Michigan in the last 14 days, excluding commuting from a home location outside of Michigan?  (Commuting is defined as traveling between one’s home and work on a regular basis).

4.   To the best of your knowledge, in the last 14 days have you been in close contact with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 or with symptoms consistent with COVID-19? Close Contact is defined as being within 6 feet (2 meters) of a COVID-19 positive person for more than 10 minutes; this can occur while caring for, living with, visiting, or sharing a healthcare waiting area or room with someone who has COVID1-9 or having direct contact with infectious secretions of a person with COVID-19 (e.g. being coughed on).

During self-monitoring if the employee identifies any of the symptoms above, he/she may not be permitted to work. Provide the following guidance to your employee:

  1. Tell the employee to not come to work.
  2. Instruct the employee to call the Occupational Health Services (OHS) Hotline at 734-762-8021 to be screened for testing and seek guidance.

You need to contact Rima Berry-Hung (rberry@umich.edu) in Human Resources and Laura Drabczyk (ldrabczy@umich.edu) in Emergency Management to inform them about the employee. They will provide additional support and guidance.

 

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