1. An announcement on the Robert Anderson case

    January 19, 2022

    To Our Campus Community: The events of the past few days have been challenging and unexpected. Change can always be difficult and, in this case, it can be especially so on top of the ongoing pandemic. Today, we share news that takes an important step toward a future of healing for our community. The University Read more

  2. President Mary Sue Coleman’s message at U-M’s Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Symposium

    January 17, 2022

  3. A message from President Mary Sue Coleman

    January 16, 2022

    To the University Community: Yesterday, I accepted the U-M Board of Regents’ request to serve as interim until they appoint a new president. While deeply saddened by the circumstances of the invitation, I accepted the interim appointment because of my love and respect for this institution. I welcome the opportunity to work with you once Read more

  4. Campus COVID-19 Update: Mask policy extended, briefing video available

    January 14, 2022

    To All Members of the Campus Community: The number of cases of COVID-19 remains very high, but there is no evidence of a continued rise in the rate of new cases. Cases and testing levels remain high in Washtenaw County, and Omicron is surging in most areas of the country. If you test positive or Read more

  5. Campus COVID-19 Update: Testing, masking and vaccination crucial as cases increase

    January 7, 2022

    To All Members of the Campus Community: COVID-19 cases have increased significantly around the state and region as well as on campus. This week, our asymptomatic Community Sampling and Tracking Program has identified 597 positive cases, and 218 cases were diagnosed by University Health Service symptomatic testing. The vast majority have mild or no symptoms. Read more

  6. Help us start 2022 safely at the University of Michigan

    January 3, 2022

    To All Members of the Campus Community: With our winter term beginning Wednesday, we want to provide an update on important health and safety measures for our community. As we wrote last week, our goal remains to prioritize our educational, research and service missions, including providing the best possible educational experiences for our students, largely Read more

  7. Omicron variant planning update; get a booster as soon as you can

    December 28, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: We hope everyone is enjoying winter break and finding time to relax and spend time with loved ones. In the days since the end of the fall term and our first in-person commencement in two years, we’ve continued to monitor the spread of the Delta and Omicron variants Read more

  8. Campus COVID-19 Update: Winter term safety, case update, Omicron variant

    December 17, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: COVID-19 cases on campus decreased from the previous week, and we continue to see an average of about 10 employee and six student cases per day. Cases in the surrounding community continue to be high. Many of you will be traveling in the coming days, so please take Read more

  9. Campus COVID-19 Update and important prevention guidance

    December 10, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Campus COVID-19 case levels have returned to what we saw in the week before Thanksgiving, with many positive cases linked to holiday travel and gatherings. Many in our community are taking advantage of our COVID-19 testing resources before and after travel, and we appreciate your diligence. The Centers for Disease Read more

  10. Campus COVID-19 Update: Travel testing, booster recommendations, flu update

    December 3, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: I want to thank everyone who got a COVID-19 test last week in preparation for holiday travel. We saw an increase in testing right before Thanksgiving – and recommend that anyone who traveled over the break be tested again, regardless of vaccination status. Testing is an important tool Read more