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Recent Announcements

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Rapid Response to PPE Shortage and a Hold on PPE Manufacture April 1, 2020 
Dean Gallimore: We'll get through this together March 27, 2020 
Winter 2020 Grading Policy for Graduate Students March 27, 2020 
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Services Available

Remote U-M Library Access

All U-M students, faculty, staff, and researchers have continued access the University Library's online resources even though library buildings are closed. Visit the U-M Library Keep Reading and Researching page for more information.


Research Ramp-down

Beginning Friday, March 20 at 5:00 p.m., the College began ramping-down all on-site operations of our non-critical laboratory research activities, and ramping-up remote operations for researchers.


Restricted Building Access

The University has now begun restricting access to U-M buildings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To prepare for restricted building access, make sure that you:
    • Have an active, unexpired M-Card for exterior doors, and keys to access interior working spaces
    • Assemble everything you need to work remotely for an extended period of time
    • Make sure your supervisor is aware of all equipment, materials, documents, etc. that are leaving the U-M premises
    • Supply your supervisor with a list of items you are taking with you that under normal circumstances wouldn’t leave the building

Purchasing and Orders

No equipment purchased from a grant or purchase order can be delivered to a non-University address.

    • Cease ordering and deliveries
    • Attempt to cancel deliveries of orders in progress

    For purchases of supplies needed to do your work remotely using a Pcard, please talk to your supervisors. You can also stop mail delivery. U-M Mail Services can hold campus mail until the university returns to normal operations. The U.S Postal Service has requested that U-M units complete this form to stop delivery of their USPS mail.


    Work Disruption

    If you are unable to work remotely, or can only work remotely part-time, contact your supervisor to determine the most appropriate way to complete your timecard. The University Human Resources website has more information, including information about COVID-19 pay.

    For the current recommendations around the University, refer to the COVID-19: Research Operations at U-M website.


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