NERS Covid Operations Plan

As of May 2023, the University of Michigan has transitioned to a new phase of pandemic response.  While health experts continue to monitor COVID-19 and other infectious diseases, most measures related to the pandemic have been rolled back at this time.  See the most recent message to the campus community from U-M leadership. Below you can find additional resources and up-to-date policies and procedures.

U-M Health Response

View the U-M Health Response website to learn about the University’s policies and guidance to support safe and healthy in-person experiences for our students, faculty, and staff.

U-M Vaccination Policy

View the U-M Vaccination Policy here. Submit or view your vaccination status in the Wolverine Access COVID-19 Collection with Vax Viewer. (More Info about Vax Viewer.) Submit an exemption request here for medical and religious reasons.

U-M Face Covering Policy

View the university’s masking policy here.

Other Health and Safety Information

  • In case of emergency, contact, U-M Division of Public Safety and Security (DPSS) at (734) 763-1131. 
  • If you receive a positive COVID-19 test, self-report it to the University here.
  • Information from the University about exposure, testing, and travel can be found here.
  • Use the U-M COVID-19 hotline (734-936-7000) for resources and support during the pandemic. The hotline provides a triage structure that allows community members to reach the appropriate unit based on their COVID-19-related needs and follows the recommendation of the Campus Health Response Committee.
  • Information from the University about U-M business travel can be found here.
  • Follow these general cleaning guidelines.
  • Report public health concerns by calling the COVID-19 Concerns Reporting Line at 734-647-3000.

Remote Resources

Contact your advisor or supervisor if you have concerns about your ability to work remotely.

Mental Health & Wellness Support

The Michigan Engineering C.A.R.E. Center is the central hub to assist students transitioning through a variety of circumstances.

U-M Counseling & Psychological Services

CAPS aims to foster the psychological development and emotional well-being of students.

U-M Services For Students with Disabilities

SSD provides accommodations and access to students with disabilities.