Students

Required weekly testing

February 11, 2021

All students – including graduate and professional students – who live on or come to campus will be required to be tested weekly through the U-M Community Sampling and Tracking Program starting Feb. 16. This step will bring graduate and professional students in line with the existing requirements for undergraduate students. Register and sign up for CSTP testing through a two-step process on the Campus BluePrint site. Testing through University Health Service, Occupational Health Services or the Michigan Athletics program also meets the weekly testing requirement.

We’re here to help

Yes, these are strange and stressful times, but the Michigan Engineering community is in your corner. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, know that you’re not alone.

  • The Engineering C.A.R.E Center can connect you with resources for everything from food to housing to mental health support.
  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has a hotline for urgent support and a staff member embedded in the College of Engineering.
  • Online Mental Health portal: As part of the University community you have access to the SilverCloud, an interactive mental health portal that can help you manage stress, anxiety and depression.
  •  If You Get Sick, learn more about reporting illness and accommodations available to you.

Emergency Funding

Money trouble? Office of Student Affairs can help you navigate.

Courses & Grades

Check the latest academic policies.

Testing & Reporting

Campus Maize & BluePrint details how we’re keeping each other safe.

Study Spaces

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Find Study Spaces on north campus and beyond.

Tech & Computing

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See what Technology and Computing tools and services the College provides.

Student Orgs

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Engineering Student Organizations tips for operating remotely