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. 

Campus communications regarding Covid-19 and university's response are available here.

Campus Messages

There is great news to report as we begin the Fall semester.   
University leaders released a detailed policy last week for faculty, staff and students not in compliance with the vaccine requirement. We break it down, including how it could impact the fall semester.
We have a few brief updates to share as we prepare for the first day of classes next week. 
Campus leaders fielded questions about new policies on masking and vaccines, and shared details about the fall academic plan.
Our university leadership continues reviewing data to make important and timely community health decisions so we can best prepare for an exciting, robust and safe return to campus this fall.
Last week the University of Michigan announced a mandatory vaccination policy for all three U-M campuses and Michigan Medicine.
Today I joined President Schlissel and other senior leaders in announcing a mandatory vaccination policy, for all three U-M campuses and Michigan Medicine.
Widespread vaccination is the primary and most effective tool that will bring the COVID-19 pandemic under control
Today I joined President Schlissel and other senior leaders in announcing a mandatory vaccination policy, for all three U-M campuses and Michigan Medicine.
Students, faculty and staff on all U-M campuses must submit vaccine information by Aug. 30.
We hope you are enjoying the more relaxed and peaceful summer months.
This week the state of Michigan dropped nearly all COVID-related restrictions due to the continuing increase in vaccination rates and the steep decline in COVID cases.
Please find below important updates regarding a revised campus face-covering policy, vaccination reporting instructions and other reminders as we prepare for our fall transition semester.
There continues to be great news regarding the pandemic.
The leadership team is closely monitoring and evaluating each CDC and state health and safety decision and guidance.
As we have seen over the past few weeks, aspects of the COVID-19 recovery are changing almost daily.
Please find below reminders and updates regarding COVID-related news as we move closer to our fall transition semester.
In Michigan, COVID positive cases continue to decrease and the number of individuals vaccinated continues to increase, all good news.
This week, classes have commenced for our summer I semester. We would like to share a few COVID-related updates with you as we transition into the summer semester.
As the winter term classes draw to a close, I would like to provide you with some updates regarding the fall planning along with a few other academic-related items.
I hate to add yet another email to your lives but we wanted to catch you up on a few things and make one more appeal as we collectively wobble toward the end of term…. we will get there!
This week brought the end of the winter 2021 academic semester.
University leadership and U-M Chief Health Officer, Dr. Preeti Malani, hosted a virtual Town Hall webinar to share information regarding fall semester health and safety protocols, preview the summer semester and discuss other COVID-related topics.


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