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

4/17/2020
As the situation with the coronavirus continues to evolve, we remain committed to sharing information and updates to help you stay healthy and safe, while we work towards a continuity of student learning and university operations.
4/14/2020
As we draw closer to the end of the semester I would like to share, via a recorded video message, a few thoughts regarding our continuity of operations and budget planning efforts.
4/10/2020
As the situation with the coronavirus continues to evolve, we remain committed to sharing information and updates to help you stay healthy and safe, while we work towards a continuity of student learning and university operations.
4/3/2020
As the situation with the coronavirus continues to evolve, we remain committed to sharing information and updates to help you stay healthy and safe, while we work towards a continuity of student learning and university operations.
4/3/2020
The time for courage has arrived and we are ready to embrace it.
3/27/2020
As the situation with the coronavirus continues to evolve, we remain committed to sharing information and updates to help you stay healthy and safe, while we work towards continuity of student learning and university operations.
3/23/2020
Today Governor Whitmer announced a “stay home, stay safe” executive order, requiring non-essential services to be performed remotely effective at 12:01 a.m., Tuesday, March 24, 2020. This order will remain in place through 11:59 p.m., on Monday, April 13, 2020. 
3/20/2020
We are a special university—an inclusive, student-focused institution where the American dream is launched. We are succeeding in our mission despite the pandemic. We are truly demonstrating what it means to be leaders and best. 
3/19/2020
Below, you will find a letter from University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel regarding precautions the university as a whole has taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. I also want to highlight some actions taken specifically to protect the UM-Dearborn community. 
3/17/2020
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.
3/16/2020
On Sunday, March 15, 2020, the Public Health Department confirmed that a member of the UM-Dearborn community has tested positive for COVID-19.
3/16/2020
In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic throughout Michigan, earlier today, Governor Whitmer issued Executive Order 2020-9 requiring the closure of places of public accommodation effective today, Monday, March 16 at 3:00p.m. through Monday, March 30 at 11:59 p.m. 
3/16/2020
Information about the pandemic is changing hourly and university leadership is working diligently to share information and updates to help you stay healthy and safe, while we work towards continuity of learning and university operations.
3/15/2020
Information about the pandemic is changing hourly and university leadership is working diligently to share information and updates to help you stay healthy and safe, while we work towards continuity of learning and university operations.
3/13/2020
This communication summarizes information regarding protecting personnel health and university operations.
3/13/2020
We will continue to prioritize the continuation of our educational mission while vigorously protecting the health and well-being of students, faculty and staff.
3/13/2020
Thank you for your understanding, assistance, adaptability and patience as we, as a campus community, work through how to best manage the impact of the coronavirus pandemic facing the world.
3/11/2020
The changes we are announcing today follow the general public health principle of limiting the interaction of people within larger groups to diminish disease transmission and protect everyone in our communities, particularly the most vulnerable.
3/11/2020
We are canceling classes Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and we will begin delivering classes remotely starting on Monday and for the rest of the semester.
3/5/2020
At this time, the university is proceeding with most scheduled events, classes and operations, including athletic events. Please note that the situation can change quickly, and we will post any updates to our COVID-19 information page.
3/3/2020
Given the rapidly developing nature of the coronavirus (COVID-19) global reach, it is important and wise for us to collectively plan and prepare for a situation where a campus closure becomes necessary.
2/27/2020
Consistent with travel warnings from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the University of Michigan has expanded its travel restrictions beyond China to include South Korea.
1/30/2020
There are no confirmed cases in our area, but U-M is taking precautionary measures.
1/28/2020
The Office of Emergency Management is monitoring COVID-19 closely in partnership with local and state public health experts.

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