The Washtenaw County Health Department is recommending that all currently enrolled University of Michigan students living on or near the Ann Arbor campus stay in place at their campus-area addresses starting today through Feb. 7. This is being done to help slow the spread of COVID-19 – including the more easily transmitted B.1.1.7. variant.
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Hello Michigan Engineering Students, and welcome to the Winter 2021 semester.
We sincerely hope you had some time over Winter break to unwind, relax and spend time with those you love. As we look to begin the semester, we wanted to share some important information for engineering students.
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Dear Graduate Students,
In recognition of how current events continue to impact our graduate students, the College of Engineering is implementing the recently announced Rackham Graduate School grading policy changes to our grading policy for Academic Year 2020-2021 (Fall, Winter, & Spring/Summer terms). These changes will apply to all CoE graduate students enrolled in Rackham Continue Reading »
Michigan Engineering Undergraduates –
Yesterday, you heard from the University and the Washtenaw County Health Department about preventive COVID-19 measures that have been enacted, including a stay-in-place order issued for undergraduate U-M students and an adjustment to some undergraduate courses.
We know you have questions. Here’s what covered in this email:
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This afternoon, the University announced that a preventative 14-day stay-in-place order for U-M undergraduate students was issued, requiring them to remain in their current designated residences. The University took additional steps to ensure campus safety and provide options for faculty and students:
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- For undergraduate students, all classes that are substantially enhanced by in-person instruction due
Michigan Engineering undergraduate students:
The first two weeks of classes have come to a close, but not without some bumps along the way. Many of you may be wondering what this week’s events mean, and how they will impact your studies.
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This week, we begin to welcome many of our students back to campus. It should be a time of eager anticipation for some, and a welcome return home for others.
But this year has a distinctly different tone.
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Engineering Parents and Caregivers:
As the parent of an engineering student myself, and of a high schooler, I understand firsthand how unsettling this upcoming school year may feel. I am writing today to provide more context for how we here at Michigan Engineering – and not just the University – are approaching this problem.
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We are so excited about the coming semester and can’t wait to see you in class! You heard from the University earlier this week with specifics about class schedule adjustments and what to do before and after arriving on campus. This message provides an update around courses in Engineering, information about how to Continue Reading »
Shortly after we reached out to you last week, the Department of Homeland Security issued additional guidance on Friday, July 24,regarding international student enrollment for the Fall 2020 term.
Updates on this evolving situation can be found via the U-M International Center. Please note you will be able to make changes to Continue Reading »