• President Mary Sue Coleman speaks during New Student Convocation at Crisler Arena.

    New Student Convocation

    President Mary Sue Coleman and other campus leaders welcome first-year and transfer students at New Student Convocation Aug. 28 at Crisler Center.

  • President-elect Santa Ono and President Mary Sue Coleman

    U-M's Next President

    Santa J. Ono, Ph.D., has been elected U-M's 15th president and will succeed President Mary Sue Coleman on Oct. 14.

  • President Mary Sue Coleman addresses the 2020 Comeback Commencement on May 7 , 2022 in Michigan Stadium

    Comeback Commencement

    President Mary Sue Coleman celebrates the graduates, family and friends gathered for the Class of 2020's Comeback Commencement at Michigan Stadium.

  • U-M President Mary Sue Coleman speaking at the President's Awards for Public Engagement ceremony at the Ross School of Business

    Faculty Engagement

    President Mary Sue Coleman speaks at the annual President’s Awards for National and State Leadership and Public Impact. This year's honorees were Professors Marisa Eisenberg and Luke Shaefer.

  • President Mary Sue Coleman hands out bagels to students at the Alumni Center.

    Welcome Wednesdays

    President Mary Sue Coleman hands out bagels to students at the weekly Welcome Wednesdays at the Alumni Center.

  • President Mary Sue Coleman visits a Physics 250 class in the newly renovated Ruthven classroom building

    Classroom visit

    President Mary Sue Coleman speaks to students while stopping by a Fundamental Physics for the Life Sciences II class, taught by Prof. Jens-Christian Meiners, in the Central Campus Classroom Building. President Coleman visited the class during her first day working in Ruthven, which is connected to the CCCB.

  • Vineet Chopra, M.D., consults with Michael Mageli, R.N. and Katherine Klug, R.N.

    Thank You!

    University of Michigan health professionals and researchers are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. They are on the front lines saving lives in our hospitals and clinics, providing expertise to policymakers and communities, processing tests and working on treatments. We are grateful for their extraordinary efforts.

Every shot counts

Don’t Miss Your Shot

U-M has several clinics offering COVID-19 vaccines, boosters and flu shots. COVID-19 vaccinations are safe, free and require no medical insurance.

A COVID-19 booster shot is now required for all faculty, staff and students on all campuses by Feb. 4 or as soon as they are eligible. You can report your booster information here.

Our COVID-19 Vaccine Information page has information on finding and scheduling a booster shot, a number to call if you have questions about vaccine safety, and additional information resources for the community.