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Wayne County Community COVID-19 Level is Low. Masks are recommended in classroom and work settings and libraries.

Titans Together symbolizes the perseverance of our University community through the challenges faced over the past two years, and the focus on a future of connection by students, staff, faculty, and the community on all of our Detroit Mercy campuses.

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  • October 31: Flu shot added to bivalent booster clinic, Nov. 4

    Monday October 31, 2022
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    The University will host a fall vaccination clinic for the much awaited, bivalent booster dose against COVID-19.

    The one-day clinic will take place on Friday, Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the College of Health Professions, Room 124 on the McNichols campus. Our clinic partner, RiteAid Pharmacy, will be administering both Moderna and Pfizer bivalent booster vaccines.

    You will also be able to receive the flu vaccine, during the booster clinic. If you already signed up for the bivalent booster and would like to add on the flu vaccine, simple email covid-care@udmercy.edu with your name and indicate that you would also like the flu vaccine.

    Before signing up, please be sure that you are available between 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Friday, November 4 AND that you are interested in receiving a bivalent booster, which requires that more than two months have passed since receiving your final dose of a primary COVID-19 vaccine. If you have recently had a COVID infection, the CDC recommends waiting three months before receiving this bivalent booster.

    Appointments are required for both the flu and bivalent booster, and the sign-up below is on a first-come, first-served basis. Following sign-up, you will receive a confirmation reply and within three business days from sign up, you will receive an appointment time, consent form, and further details on what to bring with you the day of the clinic.

    Detroit Mercy Students and Employees SIGN UP 


    Family and Friends SIGN UP  

    Staying up-to-date on COVID-19 vaccination is an important step in maintaining a safe and healthy environment for everyone. Please find the resources and frequently asked questions below on the bivalent booster vaccines.

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  • October 26: Health Notice: Novavax monovalent COVID-19 booster is now available

    Wednesday October 26, 2022
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    Good news! The Novavax monovalent COVID-19 booster is now available for those 18 years and older.

    For those unable or unwilling to receive an mRNA vaccine, this primary vaccine and booster option is a tremendous benefit to the vaccination program against COVID-19.

    To receive a Novavax monovalent booster instead of an updated (bivalent) Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna booster, you must have completed a primary series of vaccination by any manufacturer, but have not previously received a COVID-19 booster; meaning that this will be your first booster dose.

    Many pharmacy’s now offer Novavax primary vaccine or Novavax booster, including Costco Pharmacy. Search for other locations.

    You can also find Novavax manufacturer details.

Taking our shot against covid-19Vaccination

All Detroit Mercy students and employees are required to have received full vaccination against COVID-19 or have received an approved exemption. Boosters are not required, but strongly encouraged.

These terms and conditions are subject to change in accordance with state and government regulatory changes, the safety and health considerations of the University community and the services available.

COVID-19 Reporting / Testing


STUDENTS: Students who test positive for COVID-19 or other infectious illness, should complete the Medical/COVID-19 Referral Reporting Form immediately. You will receive a confirmation of the report and resources for next steps. You no longer need to report exposure to an infectious individual. Please contact the Student Wellness Coordinator at covid-care@udmercy.edu or 313-418-8525.

Campus Guide - Testing


EMPLOYEES: Employees who show symptoms of or test positive for COVID-19 or are worried about a potential exposure should complete the Medical/COVID-19 Referral Reporting Form immediately. You will be contacted regarding next steps, which may include testing. Should you have COVID-19 related questions, you may contact the HR COVID-19 Coordinator at hrcovid@udmercy.edu or 313-590-4851.

Campus Guide - Testing

Reporting health-related concerns

Anyone with a confirmed case of infectious illness, such as COVID-19, monkeypox, flu, or strep throat, should  report this information using the Medical/COVID-19 Referral Reporting Form. An individual may also report on behalf of another that has a confirmed infectious illness but may be unable to report for themselves.


University of Detroit Mercy will provide updates of campus community members who have tested positive for COVID-19. Subscribe to Campus Connection to receive emailed updates every Tuesday and Friday.

New Cases
2022-23 Academic Year


Cumulative Cases
2022-23 Academic Year

New Cases 2022-23 Academic Year includes students and employees who have reported they tested positive for COVID-19 between Nov. 18 and Dec. 2, 2022. New cases are included in the cumulative total. Cumulative Cases 2022-23 Academic Year are all reported student or employee cases since Aug. 26, 2022. New and cumulative case counts include individuals who were not on campus throughout their infection. Total cases since March 2020 is 1,393. Updated Dec. 2, 2022.

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