Faculty and staff should continue to work remotely unless instructed by their department chair or unit leader to return to campus to keep density down on campus and protect our community. Faculty members will be working with their unit leaders to provide high-quality teaching and learning experiences for students while protecting their own safety and that of their students. Faculty and staff should continue to work remotely until their unit leadership engages them in returning to their buildings and offices. Since May, the university has implemented a phased approach for ramping up campus based on specific criteria that allow us to resume activities on campus with protecting the health and safety of the community.
Additional details will be shared as they become available.
We are committed to developing, with faculty and staff input, unit-specific plans that protect vulnerable members of our community.
U-M has long been recognized as a world-class public research university, with an everlasting dedication to transformative undergraduate, graduate and professional education. Our approach for the fall advances this crucial pillar of mission in a way that maximizes the safety and health of the U-M community — and again ensures that we will continue to lead by providing a Michigan educational experience to our students.