ENGIN UPDATE: Campus return to work plans not impacted by MiOSHA order. Volunteer at Stressbusters.

The College of Engineering’s weekly update aims to provide transparent and frequent information about how the College is operating, caring for its community and planning for the future. 



On Monday, Governor Whitmer announced the state’s plans to extend workplace restrictions for six months to prevent the spread of COVID-19. U-M summarized its interpretation of that plan in the Record – indicating that the University is already in compliance with the safety requirements, and that it will not affect plans to slowly ramp up on-site work over the course of the summer in preparation for a residential experience. 

Within Engineering, approximately 15% of staff already work on campus weekly. When and how additional staff will return to campus is an active conversation in College leadership, and the plan includes providing staff with several weeks’ notice before their return date. More information will be provided at the Dean’s State of the College May 13. 



The College of Engineering and OSA C.A.R.E. is putting together a safe, outdoor event for students on the last day of classes. Stressbusters is a wellness-focused opportunity to help students unwind before exams. They are looking for volunteers to help.

    • Date: Wednesday, April 21, 5-7 PM
    • Location: North Campus Grove

The event will require masks, social distancing, capacity limits, sanitization and completion of your ResponsiBlue screening and testing to ensure the safety of all in attendance.