Parents and Families

Our Time With Your Student

Dear Wolverine Families, 

As you may already know, the University of Michigan is now one of hundreds of institutions of higher education across the country that are requiring students to get fully vaccinated before the beginning of the Fall 2021 semester, if they are able to do so. This applies to all U-M faculty and staff as well. As of this past Monday, the vaccine dashboard shows that 86% of students have reported that they are fully vaccinated. As these numbers indicate, U-M students are getting ready for fall in earnest. Student Life is, too! 


A COVID Update

Dear Parents and Families,

As the fall semester approaches, we are committed to providing you and your student with up-to-date information on current campus life and opportunities that will make an education at U-M a safe, positive experience. Earlier today, your student received this emailed update, which includes information about the new COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all University of Michigan students, faculty and staff across all three campuses, including Michigan Medicine, by the start of the fall term on Aug. 30. 

Our top priority is ensuring the health and safety of our University of Michigan community. The emergence of the more highly infectious delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, the possibility of breakthrough infections, and our inability to vaccinate the young children of students and employees and those who are immunocompromised have necessitated that we strengthen our approach to keeping our community safe.

To stay up to date throughout the week, you may also view the Campus Maize and Blueprint site. 


A COVID update

Dear Parents and Families,

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we are committed to providing you and your student with up-to-date information on current campus life and opportunities that will make an education at U-M a safe, positive experience. Earlier today, your student received this emailed update, which includes information on the U-M face covering policy, incentives for students to submit vaccine verification, and additional campus news. 

To stay up to date throughout the week, you may also view the Campus Maize and Blueprint site.  


A COVID Update

Dear Parents and Families,

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been and will continue to be committed to providing you and your student with up-to-date information on current campus life and opportunities that will make an education at U-M a safe, positive experience. Earlier today, your student received this emailed update, which includes information on the importance of COVID-19 vaccination and additional campus news. 

To stay up-to-date throughout the week, you may also view the Campus Maize and Blueprint site.


A COVID Update

Dear Parents and Families,

Today, University of Michigan President Mark S. Schlissel, Provost Susan M. Collins, and Vice President for Student Life Martino Harmon provided the Campus COVID-19 Briefing, where they were joined by campus leaders to provide updates and information about campus conditions and resources. 

The leaders shared information about a number of in-person activities across the campus this fall.

Earlier today, your student received this emailed update announcement, which includes a link to the COVID-19 Briefing and other information. Please note that today’s briefing is the final scheduled briefing of the spring. Future briefings will be scheduled as needed and shared.

To stay up-to-date throughout the week, you may also view the Campus Maize and Blueprint site.  


Looking to fall for student engagement

Is your student looking forward to fall and getting involved in traditional campus activities again? From First Year Experience to fall welcome activities, and other campus traditions programs are being planning to make fall a special experience. While many programs were adapted for this unusual time, read on for some highlights your student can use to get the most of the campus experience.

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Want to help the Maize & Blue Cupboard?

College students experience food insecurity at alarming rates. The Maize and Blue Cupboard is available to provide an immediate and comprehensive response to those needing assistance. By offering resources, educational opportunities, compassionate support and more, the Maize & Blue Cupboard helps students with the resources they need and assists them in developing the skills to make informed decisions.

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Get involved! Student Organizations -- sign up for fall

The Center for Campus Involvement is the central hub for U-M’s 1,600 student organizations. From your student’s first steps looking to get involved in a group through being president of an organization, CCI supports all of your student’s involvement needs. Your student can check out the Maize Pages to see a complete site with all organizations, the manual for all policies and procedures, and leadership opportunities.

COVID Sampling

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