All U-M students (undergraduates and graduates) are required to take an online course called “Staying Healthy in a Changing Environment for Students on Campus.” The course provides students with information about the COVID-19 virus, mental well-being, and returning to campus. Students will learn important information, critical skills and how to access resources.
The course lasts 25 minutes. Students received an email from campus leaders during the beginning of the Fall semester informing them about how to complete the course.
At the end of the course, off-campus students are asked to voluntarily opt in to provide their current off campus address and cell number to allow for students to be directly contacted about any concerns related to their residence.
If you’ve haven’t completed the course, please visit the First Year Experience course page for more information.
All employees working on campus are strongly encouraged to take COVID-19 training that at a minimum covers the following:
- Workplace infection controls practices.
- The proper use of personal protective equipment.
- Steps the employee must take to notify the university of any symptoms of COVID-19 or a suspected or confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19.
- How to report unsafe working conditions.
COVID-19: Working Safely at U-M is a helpful training module available in My LINC.
Documentation that employees have completed the training will be maintained in the system. Departments should also ensure that individuals are trained on their site-specific workplace requirements.