COVID-19 Information for Faculty and Staff

Effective March 24, non-essential campus administrators, administrative staff and faculty will be allowed access to buildings for no more than one hour, if necessary.  Individuals are expected to contact Public Safety upon arrival on the McNichols campus to gain access to an office or academic building. 

The hours for the McNichols campus will be 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Riverfront Campus is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and access to the Corktown Campus must be arranged by calling Public Safety. 

All supervisors who have employees who are part of the critical infrastructure workforce (essential) and must come to campus are required to complete the attached COVID-19 Campus Access Listing form and e-mail it to the addresses provided on the form. Anyone who will be approved for this, will receive a letter from Public Safety to keep with them for traveling to and from campus.

Resources

Human Resources and Payroll have provided further guidelines for time-off related to COVID-19. Guidelines and timesheets can be found on my.udmercy.edu under "Employee Quicklinks." Employees who are ill, especially if they exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, are instructed to stay home.

Telecommuting

Time-off related to COVID-19

Human Resources and Payroll have provided further guidelines for time-off related to COVID-19. Guidelines and timesheets can be found on my.udmercy.edu under "Employee Quicklinks." Employees who are ill, especially if they exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, are instructed to stay home.

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    Instruction for Online Class Delivery

    The Instructional Design Studio (IDS) is available to assist any Detroit Mercy faculty who would like assistance providing their students with online instruction. This assistance can be provided face-to-face or online. For more information, contact IDS at ids@udmercy.edu or 313-578-0580.

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Travel

All domestic and international travel affiliated with the University is prohibited.

Registering Travel

In an effort to help keep our Detroit Mercy community safe and healthy, all students, faculty, and staff should register their domestic and international, personal and university-affiliated, travel. If you are currently traveling or planning travel, please Register Your Travel HERE. This is extremely important for receiving follow up messages from the Wellness Center or the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services in the event of further spread of the virus.

Travel restrictions and advisories can change frequently, and travelers should be prepared for restrictions that go into effect with little or no advance notice. These restrictions could include detainment or quarantine at your destination or airport for 14 days.

Media and Calls

 If you receive calls regarding Detroit Mercy’s efforts to keep our community safe, please direct callers to the website. Should you receive calls from the media, please direct them to the Marketing & Communications Department at 313-993-1254.