UPDATED 4/14: Operational Status of Michigan Public Universities in Response to COVID-19

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UPDATED 4/14: Operational Status of Michigan Public Universities in Response to COVID-19

In Health & Safety by Bob Murphy March 11, 2020

Updated: April 14, 2021, 11:30 AM

University Campus Operations Sites

COVID Dashboard Site

Winter Semester 2021 Academic Operations

Summer Semester 2021 Announcements

Fall Semester 2021 Announcements

Central

Dashboard

Classes will run 1/11-5/7. Mix of hybrid, in-person, and online. Spring break cancelled, replaced with 5 wellness days spread through the semester. No study abroad.

To be announced

Over half of classes will be entirely in-person, and another 26% will have an in-person component as a hybrid/hyflex course.

Eastern

Dashboard

Spring break cancelled; classes will run 1/13-4/20. 90% of classes are online.

Summer A nearly all online, Summer B will have some in-person but still mostly online.

Main fall semester plan assumes 65-75% of courses will have an in-person component, with online and hybrid as the balance. Other scenarios include 50% or 20-25% in-person.

Ferris

Dashboard

Spring break cancelled and semester ends one week early; classes will run 1/11-4/30. Class delivery is 37% in-person, 40% online, 11% independent study. Current campus status: Phase 3

42% of courses scheduled for in-person

“Return to normal” will see 84% of courses scheduled for in-person.

Grand Valley

Dashboard

Spring break cancelled; classes will run 1/19-5/1. Current alert level: Level 3 High Alert

To be announced

Planning for full campus operations.

Lake Superior

Dashboard

Mostly in-person. Spring break cancelled; classes will run 1/19-5/3. Current status: Laker Level 4

In-person

In-person

Michigan State

Dashboard

Most classes online. Spring break cancelled, and semester ends one week early on 4/23. About 2,500 additional housing spaces added.

Most classes online, with in-person labs and other programs. Small day camps may occur.

“More typical fall semester” will have 75% of undergrad classes in-person. Some hybrid and online, especially large lecture classes.

Michigan Tech

Dashboard

Mixed-modality instruction. Spring break runs 3/15-3/18. Campus health and safety level: Level 3

To be announced

To be announced

Northern

Dashboard

Spring break cancelled; classes will run 1/19-5/1. Class modality will be similar to Fall 2020.

Most classes online, with in-person labs and other programs.

Planning for pre-pandemic levels of in-person classes.

Oakland

Dashboard

Mix of in-person, online, and hybrid.

To be announced

Expectation of pre-pandemic operations, with majority of classes in person. Residence halls/apartments near 8-% capacity.

Saginaw Valley

Dashboard

Mix of in-person, online, and hybrid. Regular academic calendar remains in effect, including spring break.

To be announced

To be announced

UM-Ann Arbor

Dashboard

Classes will be mostly online, with in-person limited; students are not to return to campus unless approved. Spring break cancelled, mid-semester days off added; classes will run 1/19-4/29

To be announced

Mostly in-person, with residence halls near 80% capacity. Large lecture classes will mostly remain online.

UM-Dearborn

Dashboard

Hybrid online with <12% of classes in-person. Spring break cancelled; mini-break on 2/2-26; classes will run 1/13-4/28.

Mostly remote.

Preparing for a “near full return to campus.” Decision to be made by early May.

UM-Flint

Notifications

Hybrid online with <25% of classes in-person. Spring break cancelled; classes will run 1/19-4/28

Fewer than 25% of classes in-person.

Expectation of pre-pandemic operations, with majority of classes in person. Some classes hybrid and online.

Wayne State

Dashboard

All instruction is shifted online through the end of the semester except for clinical rotations in health professions. Non-vaccinated individuals must reduce on-site research activity.

To be announced

Planning for majority of classes to be in-person.

Western

Dashboard

Mix of in-person and online. Response and recovery plan: Phase 3

To be announced

Return to “near-normal operations;” 75% of classes in-person, including 6% offered in a hybrid format. Return to campus business operations on July 6.

This page will be updated as needed.