April 12, 2021

fall semester

  1. March 12, 2021

    Fall plan to include most classes in person, open residence halls

    The U-M community will return to campus this fall with most classes taught in person, residence halls open at nearly 80 percent capacity, athletic events with fans in the stands, and the campus abuzz with activity.

  2. November 20, 2020

    Record print, email editions to take a break over Thanksgiving

    The Nov. 24 University Record email will be the last one sent until Dec. 2, as the Record’s online and print editions will take a break over the Thanksgiving holiday.

  3. November 15, 2020

    Latest state order imposes further restrictions on campus activity

    The latest state order to curb climbing rates of COVID-19 means most college and university courses must be delivered remotely starting Nov. 18. Intercollegiate athletics may continue, but without any spectators.

  4. November 12, 2020

    U-M Library updates campus about services for coming months

    The U-M Library has announced its availability over the coming holiday periods, and reminds users that much of the collection is available online. Many services and experts also can be accessed remotely.

  5. October 20, 2020

    More undergrad courses going online after stay-in-place order

    U-M will shift more of its undergraduate classes to fully remote instruction for the remainder of the fall semester after Washtenaw County issued a 14-day stay-in-place order for undergraduate students.

  6. September 19, 2020

    Faculty Senate reverses Schlissel no-confidence vote finding

    Leaders of U-M’s Faculty Senate have reversed an earlier statement and determined that a vote of no confidence in President Mark Schlissel’s leadership narrowly passed at a Sept. 16 meeting.

  7. September 16, 2020

    Faculty Senate reviewing vote on Schlissel no-confidence motion

    The result of a faculty no-confidence vote in President Mark Schlissel’s leadership is under review after questions arose about procedural rules after the vote.

  8. September 15, 2020

    Schlissel, Collins discuss responses to COVID-19, racial tensions

    While acknowledging missteps in how U-M leaders have engaged with the campus community in recent months, President Mark Schlissel and Provost Susan M. Collins say they will work hard to restore trust and transparency moving forward.

  9. September 10, 2020

    GEO rejects proposal; U-M adds detail about its position

    U-M has shared a more detailed response to the various requests made by the Graduate Employees’ Organization after a proposed agreement between the university and the union was rejected by GEO members.

  10. September 7, 2020

    GEO votes to strike; U-M says it violates contract, state law

    The Graduate Employees’ Organization, representing about 2,000 U-M graduate student instructors and graduate student staff assistants, has voted to go on strike. U-M says the action violates GEO’s contract and state law.