COVID-19 Information and Resources

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Central Michigan University is Fired Up for the Fall 2021 semester, with more than 80% of our currently scheduled fall courses having face-to-face components and many more campus activities planned. This site has all of the information and resources you need related to CMU’s COVID-19 preparedness and response. CMU actively updates plans and protocols to ensure best practices in coordination with local, state and federal health officials.

Recent updates

Updated Aug. 19, 2021
These policies and regulations are mandatory for all students, faculty, staff, vendors and campus visitors.

  • CMU announced updated COVID-19 guidelines for its main campus in Mount Pleasant ahead of the start of the Fall 2021 semester. The "Protect Yourself. Protect Others." program requires every member of the CMU community to be fully vaccinated or participate in weekly COVID-19 testing.
  • President Davies explained the new protocols and decision-making process in a letter to the CMU community.
  • President Davies communicated that the university's current mask guidelines will remain in place at least through the end of September. Find these guidelines here.
  • There's still time for fully vaccinated students to enter the Vaccine Incentive Program.
  • The university continues to closely monitor and assess the presence of the virus in our region and will communicate any policy changes to the university community.


Mandatory self-screening Phone App

Mandatory self-screening

CMU requires all faculty, staff and students to self-screen each day for symptoms of COVID-19 before coming to CMU's main campus or other satellite location or participating in CMU-sponsored activities.

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College Days Tour with Masked Students

Face masks

Please regularly, and carefully, review CMU's guidance for the use of masks and face coverings.

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Safely living and working on campus

Important information for students, employees and visitors to campus.

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Vaccine

Vaccines

Vaccines are a safe, effective way to protect yourself from serious COVID-19 illness and to slow the spread of the virus.

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Testing

Testing and case management are critical steps in monitoring and preventing the spread of COVID-19 at CMU and in our community.

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