April 29, 2021
The U-M Student Sustainability Coalition has awarded three new grants through the Planet Blue Student Innovation Fund to support large-scale, student-led projects that increase sustainability on the Ann Arbor campus.
April 16, 2021
The university is urging students on all three of its campuses to submit their COVID-19 vaccination information. At this time, U-M is not collecting information regarding employee vaccination status.
April 5, 2021
The outdoor canopies that were popular places for students to study last fall are back. The University of Michigan has erected seven canopies at five locations on the Ann Arbor campus: the Michigan Union, South Quadrangle, Palmer Tennis Courts and North Ingalls Mall on Central Campus, and Gerstacker Grove on North Campus. Starting April 6,…
March 25, 2021
A limited number of first-year students will have the opportunity to watch a live screening of a U-M men’s or women’s Sweet 16 basketball game from inside Michigan Stadium this weekend.
March 11, 2021
As U-M marks the one-year anniversary of having our lives changed by the COVID-19 pandemic, several events over the next few days offer opportunities for the campus to reflect and remember.
November 3, 2020
While the number of COVID-19 cases among U-M students has declined significantly over the past two weeks, people still need to take precautions to control the coronavirus’ spread, university officials say.
September 18, 2020
U-M’s Wolverine Culture of Care is moving into its next phase of educating the campus community regarding best practices for stemming the spread of the coronavirus.
September 8, 2020
The week of Sept. 14-18 marks the 25th anniversary of Earthfest, U-M’s annual fall event celebrating sustainability initiatives across U-M that this year will encompass a series of virtual events and activities.
August 24, 2020
U-M leaders are urging students returning to the Ann Arbor campus for the fall semester to follow social distancing guidelines, wear face coverings and stay home when sick to preserve as much in-person instruction as possible.
August 21, 2020
The Wolverine Culture of Care aims to provide education on health-promoting behaviors and promote collective responsibility and positive social norms related to the coronavirus.