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ECE under COVID-19

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Daily Health Screening

This brief form must be completed before entering any U-M building.
ResponsiBLUE Screening Check

The University of Michigan will offer a public health-informed in-residence semester Fall Term 2020.

Please use this page to stay updated on what’s new in the Department, and how we all need to adjust in order to thrive.

Maintaining a sense of community is more important than ever. Reach out to one another; communicate your needs with your instructors; have virtual study groups; and take advantage of the counseling resources we have to offer.

Virtual or not, we are here for you!

COVID-19 Resources and Information

Fall term 2020

ECE Return to Operations Plan >ECE approved plan includes information for students, faculty, and staff

Undergraduate Advising >

Graduate Advising >

Frequently Asked Questions >

EECS courses offered fall term >This spreadsheet provides details about how individual courses will be offered.

Resources for students >Topics include: Information Hotline, Food, Health, Housing, Internet, Community, Education, Fitness, and much more

EECS Building Access

Entrance to all North Campus buildings are open to all with a valid MCard.

Please pay careful attention to all the signs in the building. They will alert you to special requirements and room capacities due to COVID-19.

The University of Michigan requires all students, staff, faculty, and visitors to wear a face covering that covers the mouth and nose anywhere on U-M property.

EECS Building Access and Student Advising >

It is precisely at such a time of great fear and uncertainty that we need to come together as a community, to support each other, and to prevail in overcoming this pandemic.

Mingyan Liu, Peter and Evelyn Fuss Chair of ECE