The University of Michigan-Dearborn is mandating its students either get vaccinated for the Chinese coronavirus or undergo weekly tests to return to in-person classes for the fall semester.
“As we move into the summer and plan for our transitional fall semester, we will continue to be guided by key tenets of health and safety, academic excellence and equity across our community,” the university’s chancellor, Domenico Grasso, said in an email to students.
“We strongly encourage all members of the campus community to make a vaccination appointment as soon as possible,” the chancellor added. “Getting vaccinated will help us all get back to the activities we love more quickly.”
Therefore, the school is mandating that students either get vaccinated against the coronavirus, or provide documentation of a weekly negative coronavirus test.
As we transition to a more “on campus” fall 2021 semester, effective 9/1/21, those coming to campus