Vaccines are coming

Fill out the BlueQueue Questionnaire

Dec. 18, 2020

The first batch of COVID-19 vaccine arrived on campus this week, and we have begun vaccinating health care workers. We plan to eventually vaccinate everyone in the U-M community who wants to be vaccinated. To help make this happen, please fill out the Blue Queue questionnaire.

Blue Queue is the official tool for all U-M faculty, staff and students to indicate they would like to receive the COVID-19 vaccine through the university. Look for the questionnaire in an email from BlueQueue@med.umich.edu.

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


Engineering Student Organizations tips for operating remotely