Last Updated: June 22, 2020
Can’t Wait to Welcome You Back
Equipped with the very best guidance and ideas from our leading scholars, innovative students and expert staff, we’re excited to welcome you back to the Ann Arbor campus, classrooms and residence halls for the Fall 2020 semester. Full details are available on the University’s Maize & Blueprint website.
This public health-informed in-residence fall semester will be a mixture of in-person and remote experiences designed to provide our transformative Michigan Engineering education, while reflecting our commitment to promoting public health.
Key points of the University-wide plan include:
- A modified academic calendar
- A mixture of in-person and remote instruction
- Multiple layers of safeguards to help keep you safe
- A starter kit for every student that includes hand sanitizer and face coverings
- Access to our University Health Service (UHS) and world-class health system, Michigan Medicine
- Dedicated living spaces available to care for anyone who may have been diagnosed or have significant exposures to others diagnosed with COVID-19 while on campus
- Access to those extracurricular and community-building activities that make your Michigan experience unique
Innovative & In-Person
The University’s Maize and Blueprint website provides comprehensive information about the implementation plan, guiding principles and current status. It’ll be updated regularly as more details are finalized.
Questions? Ask Away.
If you have a question that’s not answered here or in the FAQ, let us know. Others are probably wondering as well.
Not ready or able to return to Ann Arbor? You’ll be able to study from home in fully remote mode. We’re working hard to ensure that your receive the same high-quality instruction no matter where you are.
Talk to a Human
Jeanne P. Murabito
Executive Director of Student Affairs
Student Affairs Associate Director
Lyonel J. Milton
- Remote office hours Mon- Thurs.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment
Talk to an advisor in your Department
Advocacy & Assistance
College of Engineering
The Michigan Postdoctoral Association of the College of Engineering (MPACE) maintains a list of support services available to postdocs.
Remote appointments with the Mary-Ann Mycek, Associate Dean for Graduate & Professional Education can be made by phone or email:
Please note that we will respond to your request for an appointment as soon as possible.
- April 9, 1:00-2:00 p.m. EST
- April 13, 5:00-6:30 p.m. EST
- April 21, 3:00-4:30 p.m. EST
Center for Engineering Diversity and Outreach
Managing Director Lyonel J. Milton is holding Remote Office Hours Queue (use uniqname lmilton).
- Mondays 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. EST (April 13, 20, 27)
- Wednesdays 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. EST (April 8, 15, 22, 29)
Michigan Engineering C.A.R.E. Center
Visit the C.A.R.E. Center website for the most up-to-date information.
Internships & Career Plans
- Virtual International Internships through International Programs in Engineering (IPE)
- Virtual Career Advising and Internship/Employment support from the Engineering Career Resource Center (ECRC)
There are many resources on campus available to you, including support for health and wellness , advocacy and logistics, including:
- Dean of Students | 530 S. State Street, Suite 3100 | (734) 764-7420
- Housing Information Office | 1011 Student Activities Building (SAB) 515 E Jefferson St. | (734) 763-3164
- Center for Campus Involvement | 530 S. State Street, Suite 3410 | (734) 763-5900
- Office of the Ombuds | 6015 Fleming Administration Bldg. | 503 Thompson Street | (734) 763–3545
- International Center | 1500 Student Activities Building | 515 E. Jefferson Street | (734) 764-9310
- Huron Valley Mutual Aid Support Form (Google Form)
- The One List to rule them all: Comprehensive spreadsheet of services and support throughout the community – all available to U-M students