1. Weekly U-M Ann Arbor COVID-19 Update

    May 21, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: We’re examining all of the changes in the State of Michigan and CDC guidance on gathering sizes, distancing and face coverings. We’re also waiting for guidance from Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA), which still has workplace health and safety measures Read more


  2. U-M will achieve carbon neutrality across all greenhouse gas emissions scopes

    May 20, 2021

    To All Members of the University Community: In March, the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality issued its final report and recommendations, after two years of thorough analysis, community engagement and expert input. The commission’s report, along with the tremendous advocacy and passion in our community, lead us to be confident in the major commitments we announce today to address Read more


  3. Statement on U-M carbon neutrality at May 2021 Board of Regents meeting

    In March, the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality issued its final report and recommendations, after two years of thorough analysis, community engagement, and expert input. The recommendations were designed not only to help the University of Michigan achieve carbon neutrality –but also to be financially responsible, environmentally just, and scalable and transferrable to help other Read more


  4. Weekly U-M Ann Arbor COVID-19 Update

    May 14, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: COVID-19 vaccine supplies are plentiful, and anyone who wishes to be vaccinated can do so readily and at no cost. The vaccine is highly effective and safe. Don’t miss your shot, as we continue to strive to return to a more residential Read more


  5. Report of the investigation of Robert Anderson

    May 11, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: The University of Michigan offers its heartfelt apology for the abuse perpetrated by the late Robert Anderson (deceased in 2008). Today, we received WilmerHale’s 240-page report at the same time it was released publicly. The report is available on the U-M Board of Regents website.  We will thoughtfully Read more


  6. Weekly U-M Ann Arbor COVID-19 Update

    May 7, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: Getting a vaccine in Michigan is easy, free and fast. We encourage all members of the U-M community to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. The Michigan Medicine walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinic will continue through Sunday, then next week on Wednesday and Thursday at Read more


  7. Record: University sourcing electricity from new wind parks

    May 4, 2021

  8. 2021 Spring Commencement

    May 1, 2021

    Class of 2021, I begin today by thanking you. You deserve our most vigorous congratulations, but first and foremost I express our gratitude. You stuck with us during a very difficult period. For you as students and as human beings. And for us a university. You had so much taken from you. But you’ve also Read more


  9. Weekly U-M Ann Arbor COVID-19 Update

    April 30, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: To enhance health and safety as we engage in end-of-term activities, we are offering free, walk-up pop-up rapid COVID-19 testing to the public and the U-M community through May 2. The Michigan Medicine COVID-19 vaccination clinic will continue next Tuesday through Sunday Read more


  10. Importance of Reporting

    April 28, 2021

    Dear Deans, Directors and Department Heads: The University of Michigan strives to uphold the highest ethical standards and expectations of honesty and integrity across our community of faculty, staff and students. An important component of these values is a commitment to reporting suspected criminal activity and the knowledge that retaliation for making a report is never acceptable. I Read more