Prevention, Testing & Care

COVID-19 Playbook

Our COVID-19 Playbook outlines the University of Michigan's approach to slowing the spread of COVID-19 and how we're supporting our community with new and updated resources throughout this challenging time. Together, as a team, we’re focusing on how we can stay safe, stay well and stay together on campus.

Help us get there. Mask up. Get tested. Stay well.
Medical technician preparing COVID-19 tests for asymptomatic patients


From wearing face coverings to monitoring our symptoms with the ResponsiBLUE app and getting the COVID-19 vaccine, the U-M community has come together stronger than ever to protect our campus from the spread of COVID-19.

Learn about safety & prevention efforts.

Applying antibacterial on hands


While physical distancing, wearing a face covering and hand washing are the most reliable actions we can take to protect our community, testing is an additional intervention in the "layered approach" to preventing COVID-19. U-M is using several testing approaches to help stop the spread of the virus on campus.

Learn about campus testing programs.

Laptop user accessing the Concern Reporting Student Registry


As we navigate this year unlike any other, addressing both our physical and mental health needs have become more challenging than ever. U-M has developed and adapted many of its health and well-being services to better address your current needs and help you stay well.

Learn about health & well-being services.