COVID-19 Information for Current Students

Vaccine

October 14, 2021: Campus Wellness Hold may affect winter and summer term registration for students.

University of Detroit Mercy has required all students, staff and faculty to be vaccinated by Aug. 16, 2021

Daily Screening

The Red Light-Green Light entry procedures will no longer be required for non-clinical settings. All employees should continue to self-monitor for any possible COVID-related symptoms and stay home if they are ill. See screening on our campuses.

COVID-19 Testing/Exposure

STUDENTS: Students who show symptoms of, or test positive for, COVID-19, miss class due to illness, 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 if necessary. Should you have COVID-19 related questions, you may contact the Student COVID-19 Coordinator at studentwaiver@udmercy.edu or 313-418-8525.

See Campus Guide for more info on testing

Reporting COVID-related concerns

Anyone can report COVID-related concerns about themselves or someone else using the COVID-19 Referral Reporting Form. Referrals should be made if an individual is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, has been in contact with someone who is ill, or is exhibiting concerning behavior related to the University's COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Class Information

Please check for modifications to your schedule on the Self-Service-Student/Student Profile Page at https://my.udmercy.edu/. 

See FAQs for common questions.


Notice: International Students

International students studying at Detroit Mercy campuses on an F-1 visa are strongly advised to speak with the International Services Office in Reno Hall. Please call 313-993-1205 or email iso@udmercy.edu to discuss any future travel plans.

Important Date Info for Fall Term 2021

  • March 15, 2021: Advising Begins For Term I Fall 2021-2022
  • March 22: Registration Begins For Term I Fall 2021-2022
  • August 13: Deadline For December 2021 Graduation Applications
  • August 27: Drops for Non-payment at Close of Business
  • August 29: Last Day to Make a Payment for Term I Fall 2021-22 without a Late Fee Assessment
  • August 30: CLASSES BEGIN
  • September 5: Last Day to Register, | Add/Drop Ends | Last Day for 100% Refund, to Drop a Course Without a "W",  to Declare Audit or Pass/Fail Option
  • September 4-6: Labor Day Holiday (UNIVERSITY CLOSED)
  • October 11-12: Fall Break - University Open but NO classes
  • November 1: Advising For Term II Winter and Summer 2021-2022 Begins
  • November 9: Registration For Term II Winter and Summer 2021-2022 Begins
  • November 22: Last Day to Withdraw From Class
  • November 25-28: Thanksgiving Recess (UNIVERSITY CLOSED)
  • December 14-18: Final Exam Week
  • December 18: Official End of Term
  • Academic Calendar | Registration ScheduleOffice of the Registrar

 

Important Dates for Winter 2022

  • Nov. 8: Registration Begins 
  • Jan. 9: Registration Ends
  • Jan. 10: Classes Begin
  • Jan: 16: Last Day to Add a Class / Last Day to Delete a Class without a W grade
  • Jan. 17: MLK Holiday (UNIV CLOSED)
  • Feb. 11: Deadline for Fall "I" grades
  • Mar. 7-12: Mid-Winter/Spring Break
  • Mar. 30: Last Day to Withdraw (full semester course) Mar 30
  • Apr. 15-17: Easter Recess (UNIV CLOSED) 
  • Apr. 26-30: Final Exam Week 
  • Apr. 30: Official End of Term II/Winter
  • May 14: Baccalaureate/Commencement
  • Academic Calendar | Registration ScheduleOffice of the Registrar

Scheduling Classes

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    The class schedule contains a lot of info about your class choices.

    In reviewing the schedule of classes, students and advisors should make note of instructional method and synchronous course times.

    Instructional method 

    Instructional method refers to the percentage of online content in a course. This information can be found by clicking on the course title in the Schedule of Classes. This brings up a text box with specific class details, including instructional method. Please note that for all 15-week courses and any other classes not scheduled to end until after Thanksgiving will transition online after Thanksgiving for student and faculty safety  This means that most classes will have some percentage of online instruction for Fall 2020.

    You may have been notified that a class you were registered for moved from a classroom to online.  This could have occurred for the whole semester or just the days/times your class would not be using a classroom....like after Thanksgiving break or for the final exam. 

    Instructional Methods:

    • TRAD - 100% Face-to Face  (This will be an exception in special cases)
    • ONL1 -  100% Online (either synchronous or asynchronous)
    • ONL2 -  75-99% Online
    • HYB1 -  50% Face-to-face/50% Online
    • HYB2 -  51-74% Online
    • HYB3 -  Less than 50% Online

    Find synchronous course times under "Meeting Times"

    Synchronous class sessions for both face-to-face and online instruction are noted under “Meeting Times” on the schedule of classes. Students should plan on being available for synchronous class sessions, whether they will meet in-person or through a web conferencing platform like Blackboard Collaborate.

    If a course is 100% asynchronous it will not have an assigned meeting time; instead, students will engage with course material within a broader window of time, e.g. one week.

    If you have questions about your schedule, contact your academic advisor and/or the instructor of the course.

Our Facilities

Water fountains are turned off. Be prepared to bring water, purchase from the bookstore or vending machine, or find the bottle fillers on campus.

McNichols Campus: Building and Services Hours

For updated campus information, see the Campus Guide.

Campus Guide