U-M recommends testing for travel for students, faculty and staff who will be traveling domestically or internationally in the coming weeks. Read the URecord story with links to resources and CDC travel guidance.
The University of Michigan requires COVID-19 vaccinations for all students, faculty and staff across all three campuses, including those working or learning remotely.
Vaccines are free and available throughout the state at most retail pharmacies and health care providers. Appointments remain available in clinics through Michigan Medicine, the North Campus Research Complex, Northville & Brighton Health Centers, and with University Health Service. U-M has created a vaccine update website, which details availability, provides resources and explains vaccine phases and includes a FAQ and a chat box. Here’s information on how to find a vaccine in your area.
If you have received all doses of a COVID-19 vaccine series but have not yet reported your information, complete the Report COVID-19 Vaccination Completed form. If you have already reported your vaccine, thank you. There is nothing more you need to do.
If you have received a first dose of the vaccine, complete the Report Partial COVID-19 Vaccination form. After you have received two doses of the vaccine complete the Report COVID-19 Vaccination Completed form.
University of Michigan employees and students who do not comply with the university’s COVID-19 vaccination policy will be subject to a number of administrative interventions and disciplinary action. The measures for faculty and staff, which will take effect after the Aug. 30 deadline for submitting vaccination information, include unpaid disciplinary layoffs, ineligibility for future merit increases and possible dismissal for those who continually neglect to follow the policy. Employees on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses are subject to disciplinary actions.
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