If you are sick, stay home.
Effective June 21, fully vaccinated individuals who self-report their vaccine information to the university are not required to wear a face covering or socially distance indoors or outdoors in most areas on the U-M campus, including offices and conference rooms. However, face coverings are still required regardless of vaccination status during class sessions, on campus transportation, in certain health care settings where patients may be present, and in interactions with human subjects research. See the university’s FAQ page for more information.
Individuals who are not vaccinated or decline to submit vaccination information must continue to wear face coverings indoors and to distance from others outside class. Further, students in this category must complete weekly COVID testing now and into the fall.
Wash hands frequently and use hand sanitizer.
Enhanced cleaning of high-traffic areas will occur during the day, and the entire Ross campus will receive a deep cleaning each night after hours.
Cleaning supplies are available throughout the Ross campus for people who want to clean surfaces on their own.
Spaces are available for individuals who develop symptoms while on campus.
Anyone who does not comply with required public health protocols will not be allowed to remain on the Ross campus.
The University of Michigan will provide COVID-19 testing and contact tracing. See U-M’s Maize and Blueprint for more details.