UM-Flint Starts Classes Today with Limited In-Person Classes
Students at UM-Flint return to classes today with limited in-person classes.
The fall semester at the University of Michigan - Flint Campus starts today. As with every school, kindergarten and up, the fall semester looks way different from last year. For students at UM-Flint, the majority of courses will be taught remotely, with a few in-person classes taking place on a limited basis.
For the faculty and students that are physically returning to campus, a new screening process is in place. When students arrive, they can expect the following:
- A short list of health screening questions will be asked that will need to be completed within two hours of their visit to campus.
- All employees, visitors, and staff will be required to wear a face covering, which can include a mask, scarf, or bandana.
- Those who do not pass the health screening or have a face covering will not be allowed on campus.
For those returning to campus, there are nine health screening locations available.
- Thompson Library (second floor)
- Thompson Library (third floor)
- University Center (first floor, main entrance)
- UPAV Ramp (second floor entrance to University Pavilion)
- University Pavilion (first floor, main entrance)
- French Hall (second floor main entrance)
- Murchie Science Building (second floor entrance)
- William S. White Building (first floor main entrance)
- Northbank Center (North Building, first floor entrance)
As for events and activities, most of those will occur in a virtual format. Employees are encouraged to work remotely if possible.
For all the students returning to campus today, from one Wolverine to another, good luck, be safe, and GO BLUE!