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COVID-19 Information

 LSA Students: Report your illness here

LSA Employees: Call Occupational Health Services at (734)764-8021 if diagnosed with COVID-19.

COVID-19 dashboard - View campus data and informational updates on cases, testing and quarantine and isolation housing

What to do if: Psych COVID Resource and FAQs

Spring/Summer 2021 & Fall 2021 - Return to East Hall

Reporting COVID-19 Health and Safety Compliance Concerns: The university has set up a COVID-19 Concerns Reporting Line (734-647-3000) that allows the community to report public health concerns. Additionally, if you have an LSA-specific question or concern about compliance with COVID-19 health and safety procedures (e.g., use of face coverings, social distancing, cleaning procedures), you may report it anonymously through the LSA COVID-19 reporting tool.

Information for Instructors

COVID-19 Notification Protocols for Instructors (Word document download)

Instructor Information for Faculty and GSIs per Psych Announcements

LSA Guidelines and Best Practices for Online and Hybrid Courses will help you get started. This could include recordings, course materials, slides, or notes.

  • Lecture Capture is a way to provide backup resources for synchronous sessions. Faculty may request Lecture Capture through the LSA Technology Services' Lecture Capture & Faculty Studio Access page.
  • Zoom sessions can be automatically uploaded to Canvas. If you Schedule and Launch Zoom Within Canvas, the meeting recordings will be available under the cloud recordings tab on Canvas for 180 days. You can download the recordings on your computer and upload them to the media gallery.
  • Kaltura Capture can be used from home. There are various workshops on creating great recordings and we have a how-to guide for Kaltura.
  • Some classrooms are available as a “studio” from which faculty may record asynchronous lecture capture recordings for their courses. Faculty may make a reservation for a classroom for use as a live studio and teach their remote courses synchronously.  Submit this request form for Faculty Studio Space.

In-Classroom Training

Online Teaching Guide

1. For LSA Technical Services support, reach out via email at or by calling 734.615.0100 for the fastest service.

2. Keep Teaching @ UM - How to get started with remote teaching  

3. Resources for Teaching Remotely

4. CRLT's Getting Started with Teaching Remotely in An Emergency

5. Teaching Remotely: Instructional Tools and How To

6. LSA COVID-19/Teaching and Learning Remotely FAQs

7. Strategies for Online Teaching

8. LSA Inclusive Teaching Online

9. Setting the Tone for an Inclusive Classroom: Some Practices to Consider

10. The Language Resource Center, LSA Technology Services, and the University Library have compiled an Info Guide on Teaching with Film and Video that many faculty will find helpful as they prepare media in their courses.  

Remote Tools:

The four tools that UofM has license for to allow faculty to hold classes live (synchronously) in a virtual/online environment and that are free to all faculty, staff, and students, are:


Additional Resources


Information for Students

LSA Students: Report Your Illness

LSA Students: Direct your general COVID-19 questions to LSA here:  

LSA Resources for Graduate Students


Advising Support

LSA Technical Services support

Student Study Space Reservation System 

  • LSA has opened a number of classrooms and stations for students to reserve. To reserve a space, please visit
  • The University is providing additional outdoor space for students and the U-M community with tents furnished with chairs and tables. Under the university’s current plans, they are not reservable.  

Food, Housing, Transportation, and Other needs

Learning & Technology Resources

Financial Assistance 

Loss of Employment 

International Students

Mental Health

Grading Policy Questions/Answers


General Information

Mental Health Information

Travel Policy

All Undergraduate University of Michigan Related Travel is prohibited. There are no exceptions.

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 registry


Supporting our Diverse Community


It is important that we all stay informed about the ways that the COVID-19 health crisis differentially impacts various communities and various members of our community. Below are articles that may help to highlight some important areas of concern:

Impact of COVID-19 planning for DACA Students

Impact of COVID-19 on low-income immigrant families

Racism/xenophobia in relation to COVID19


The Asian Pacific Planning and Policy Council (A3PCON) reports that as of March 27, 2020 there have been more than 750 racially biased attacks against Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islanders in the US. These attacks have come in relation to the Covid19 health crisis. As a department, we extend our support to the AAPI community and to all individuals and families who are especially vulnerable during this time.


In the weeks and months ahead, students from various intersecting backgrounds will likely face unanticipated challenges and will need different kinds of supports. Below please find resources that we hope will be helpful.




Community Outreach Opportunities

Washtenaw County

State of Michigan
Give to Emergency Funding
Emergency support programs for undergraduate students, graduate students, and staff, where you can contribute financially if you would like to help during these challenging times.