1. Record: President Schlissel urges lawmakers to invest more in public higher education

    March 18, 2021

  2. Record: President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality submits final report and recommendations


  3. Statement on shooting deaths in Atlanta

    March 17, 2021

    On behalf of the Regents and executive leaders of the University of Michigan, I express my deepest sympathies to those who are grieving another murderous attack, which resulted in the deaths of eight people in Atlanta. Six of the dead are of Asian descent and seven are women, and the investigation is examining evidence that Read more


  4. Announcing a responsible return to in-person education and a residential fall semester

    March 12, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: For the fall semester on the Ann Arbor campus, we will teach most classes in person and have greater occupancy in our residence halls, in-person dining and student support services, along with some continuing precautions to maximize health and safety for our university Read more


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

    March 5, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: COVID-19 cases related to students continue to decrease. Thank you to the many who have helped our health and safety efforts. We urge everyone’s continued diligence. Washtenaw County is following new state guidelines for gathering sizes, and we’ve posted a guide for Read more


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

    February 26, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: Over the past week, U-M COVID-19 student case counts have decreased noticeably but remain at a significant level. Campus testing has continued to increase with lower positivity rates during the same period. This week, Michigan Medicine opened a limited number of first- Read more


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

    February 19, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: COVID-19 cases among U-M students continue to rise, as COVID-19 activity nationwide decreases. U-M cases now represent 62 percent of the total in Washtenaw County. It’s frequently taking more than two days to reach students who have tested positive. This seriously hinders Read more


  8. Statement on addressing sexual and gender-based misconduct at February 2021 Board of Regents Meeting

    February 18, 2021

    I want to give a brief update on our ongoing work to address sexual and gender-based misconduct at U-M. As we have previously shared, the Regents and I hired the nationally recognized firm Guidepost Solutions to collaborate with us as we implement the recommendations from the WilmerHale report into the misconduct of Martin Philbert. This Read more


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

    February 12, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: COVID-19 cases associated with U-M represent about half of the total cases in Washtenaw County, and student cases are rising. The compliance date for our expansion of mandatory COVID-19 testing to graduate and professional students is Feb. 16. The change in the Read more


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

    February 5, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: We’re seeing greater spread of COVID-19 among students and urge all students to continue following the county Stay in Place recommendations through the weekend and get tested each week using U-M resources. Graduate and professional students who live on campus or come Read more