Content Updated on January 21, 2021 5:28pm
This page contains important information and resources to assist you in navigating through the current U-M and College of Pharmacy precautions during COVID-19. Please check back to this page often as the content will be updated regularly with new information and resources.
Up-to-date information on vaccination, testing & monitoring, FAQ's for students.
Resources and information of specific interest to graduate students during the evolving situation with COVID-19.
(Updated Jan 2021) - During the Stay In Place Recommendations, this letter is to be used to ensure you have the ability to get to IPPE/APPE sites or to any health-care work. Please print out this letter, add your name and UMID to it and carry it with you whenever you leave your house to do one of these essential activities. (link will direct you to the internal MyCOP webpage, click on Student Designation Letter)
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS
- Lab/safety emergencies: Nicole Crandall 989-412-4726 or Environmental Health & Safety 734-647-1143
- Facilities assistance: Pat Greeley 734-647-2365 or cell 734-274-0839
- IT assistance: 4-HELP (734-764-4357)
- Non-911 emergencies after hours, including urgent maintenance issues: U-M Dept. of Public Safety & Security 734-763-1131
- Counseling & Psychological Svcs. for Students: 734-764-8312
- Classes & Research
Any questions pertaining to your research, please contact your faculty advisor.
- College & University Resources
- Personal Support & Resources
The fund is intended to help meet the financial needs of postdocs who encounter an emergency situation or one-time, unusual, or unforeseen expenses.
- Medical, dental, or mental health emergencies for the student or, in some circumstances, for immediate family members who live with the postdoc
- Major accidents and events
- Expenses related to the death of an immediate family member
- Normal living expenses such as rent, car repairs, childcare, utilities, taxes, insurance, pet-related expenses, and computer/laptop replacement are generally not covered by this fund.
If you are concerned about food, M&B Pantry still is serving our students in need of food, for those who are remaining on campus for financial/personal reasons. There are additional resources highlighted on the Food Gatherer’s website as well: foodgatherers.org/needfood
If anyone is experiencing any housing issues/concerns please let Dean Nelson know. Also, if anyone has room to host a classmate that does have a housing issue, or knows of available short term housing options, please let Dean Nelson know.
International Students and PostDocs
For international students, today the International Center launched a new resource page on COVID-19 resources for international students. This is a good place to go for any immigration and status questions.