Responding to COVID-19

nurses and doctors with personal protective equipment

COVID-19's arrival in the United States challenged our health care system like never before. Since early March, the University of Michigan School of Nursing community has displayed its breadth of knowledge, uncommon ingenuity and selfless ambition in the face of unprecedented challenges.

More than 13,000 U-M School of Nursing alumni across all 50 states have stepped up to meet these challenges on the front lines of patient care. The stories below are merely a snapshot of the many ways faculty, students and other members of our community have responded to one of the greatest health crises in recent history. From making sacrifices for their most vulnerable patients to confronting new and complex clinical problems, read more about Michigan Nurses fighting a global pandemic.

COVID-19 Response. 1 Linden, 2 Ann Arbor, 3 Detroit, 4 Ypsilanti, 5 St. Joseph, 6 Kalamazoo

COVID-19 policy changes effective Monday, June 21, 2021

U-M Community:I want to call attention to the really great news for all of us who are, or will be, working in person on campus. The COVID-19 policy change described below is effective June 21 and applies to students, faculty, staff and guests on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses.