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EECS Building Access and Student Advising

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EECS Hours and Entry

  • Beginning August 24, students will have access to the EECS Building at any time with a valid/current MCard; others in the U-M community can enter during the hours of 7AM-midnight, M-F.
  • All individuals must make a daily health attestation prior to entering the building. To do so, use the COVID-19 Screening Survey, called ResponsiBlue, found at https://healthscreen.umich.edu/.
  • Access to the building will be through card reader doors. It will be necessary to perform a card swipe to enter the building. Each individual must swipe and no tailgating is allowed. Individuals should queue in line with six feet of distance between each other to wait their turn to swipe in. Entry doors are marked.
  • Egress doors are marked.
  • As elsewhere on campus, cloth face coverings that cover the nose and mouth are required at all times.
  • Students must maintain appropriate social distancing, currently 6 ft.
  • Students should plan to enter the building to attend class or for other specific approved reasons.

Information Kiosks

Kiosks will be available near the graduate offices (3310 EECS).  You can walk up to a kiosk and a staff person, operating remotely, will be available to assist you from 1pm to 4pm ET.

Problems with the kiosks? Please email help@eecs.umich.edu.

Student Services

Student services is operating remotely during the Winter 2021 semester. We will continue to offer the same support and advising as always via email and virtual advising appointments, and are happy to help answer any questions you might have. Please reach out to us!

More Information

  • You may find additional up-to-date information about Fall 2020-Winter 2021 operations on the ECE COVID-19 website. In particular, the ECE approved Return to Operations Plan includes more complete information about EECS Building facilities and operations, PPE’s and cleaning, and how to safely work in the building.

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 offered by the University of Michigan.