Travel:

Update - U.S. restrictions on foreign national traveling from Europe

All U-M faculty, staff and students traveling abroad for university-related purposes are required to register their travel plans.

To do so, use the travel registryhttp://global.umich.edu/travel-resources/register-your-travel/

The Global Michigan portal has information and links about traveling outside the US:  http://global.umich.edu/travel-resources/

Travel abroad health insurance information and links: https://www.uhs.umich.edu/tai/

LSA travel policy page: lsa.umich.edu/lsatravel/lsa-travel-policy.html

 

Working Offsite:

LSA Technology Services has prepared recommendations for working remotely and you can call (734) 615-0100 for technical assistance.

LSA Technology Services - Off-site Computer Loan Agreement

If you are removing computer equipment from campus, you must fill out this computer loan agreement.

Verify that your office phone voicemail is set up with email forwarding.

Please customize your personal greeting with your availability and best way to contact you. If you cannot access your voicemail follow the instructions at https://its.umich.edu/communication/telephone/voicemail. You can also contact the office staff at 734-764-1435 or michigan-earth@umich.edu for assistance.

Revise your email signature to include your general availability and the best way to contact you.

Example email Signature add-on:

Update due to COVID-19: I am working remotely. My regular business hours are 8:00am-5:00pm. Email or Google chat is the best way to reach me. If you call my office line and leave a message, it will be forwarded to my email. Thank you for your patience should you experience slower than normal responses to inquiries. Thank you and stay well!

 

Resources for Instructors

 

Resources for Students:

Student Emergency Funds

Rackham Graduate Student Emergency Funds

Registrars Office: COVID-19 Winter 2020 Grading FAQs

Record: U-M adopts alternative grading for graduate, professional courses

W20 Resources and FAQs for EARTH Grad Students - COVID-19 special edition

Undergraduate Course Grading for Winter 2020

Tips for Studying

International Center Updates Regarding COVID-19

Students should report illness here

 

New ITS Remote Office Hours Queue application

Information and Technology Services (ITS) is listening to campus needs regarding online instruction and learning. As advisors seek to manage remote contact with students, ITS has created a Remote Office Hours Queue application to host drop-in sessions over BlueJeans video conferencing.

How it works: Students log in to the application, see the number of people waiting in the host’s queue, and request to join the line. Remote Office Hours Queue automatically creates a unique and private BlueJeans meeting ID for their own personal session.

Remote Office Hours Queue is a work in progress. ITS will continue to improve the initial implementation, and is working urgently to add the ability to share drop-in queues with teams who collaborate to the application. For now, follow instructions for a workaround to sharing queues.

Learn more about using Remote Office Hours Queue and feel free to share this information with others you feel would benefit from this application.

Contact the ITS Service Center:

 

Counseling:

Counseling Resources for Faculty and Staff

The Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO) provides support and assistance to University staff and faculty in resolving personal or work-related concerns. Through a range of sensitive and innovative services, FASCCO seeks to enhance the emotional health, well-being and job performance of members of the university community

Counseling Resources for Students

The mission of Counseling and Psychological Services is to foster the psychological development and emotional well-being of students through counseling and psychotherapy, preventive and educational programming, consultation and outreach, as well as contributions to the mental health professions.

 

Resources and Information at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

 

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