Study Safe and Stay Healthy

All of us at Mid Michigan College know that staying healthy and safe are important as you build a #BolderBrighterBetter future. We've updated our COVID-19 protocols to align with public health guidelines and to ensure you can study safe and stay healthy at Mid.

Mid is not planning to require COVID-19 vaccinations for students or staff. However, Mid encourages everyone to consider getting a COVID-19 vaccine. Higher vaccination rates will allow all of us to study safely and stay healthy throughout the upcoming semester.

Safety at a Glance

COVID-19 safety at a glance

COVID-19 Exposure Guidelines

These are general guidelines for those who are not fully vaccinated and have been knowingly exposed to COVID-19. If you have questions that fall outside these parameters or are unusual in nature, contact Tricia Farrell, Director of College Compliance & Ethics, at (989) 386-6622 x394 or mfarrell@midmich.edu to work through your situation.


Mid recommends that individuals who are NOT fully vaccinated and have been knowingly exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, get tested for COVID-19, remain off campus while awaiting test results, and complete a COVID-19 Self Report Form.

Waiting for COVID-19 test results
  • STUDENTS should contact their instructors regarding attendance and coursework alternatives.
  • EMPLOYEES should contact their supervisor.
If your test result is NEGATIVE
  • You may return to campus and resume previously scheduled courses and activities.
If your test result is POSITIVE
  • Mid recommends following the advice of your healthcare provider, local health department, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.
  • STUDENTS should contact their instructors regarding attendance and coursework alternatives.
  • EMPLOYEES should contact their supervisor.

COVID-19 Cases on Campus

Should a positive COVID-19 case be confirmed, Mid will work with the Central Michigan District Health Department (CMDHD) on contact tracing.

This process is important and complies with all privacy laws to accurately communicate necessary facts to others. CMDHD may notify the College of any positive test results that involve any students, employees, or visitors.

If any students, employees, or visitors are not within CMDHD jurisdiction, Mid will work with the appropriate health department to confirm test results and conduct contact tracing. Mid's COVID-19 case communication and management plan is online.



Before Coming to Campus

Limit Face-to-Face Interactions

If you can accomplish your task or resolve your need remotely (e.g.; by calling, emailing, or scheduling a video meeting), please do so.

Students: Find more information on the Contact Us Remotely page.

Visitors: Contact Mid or specific departments for more information.



#CampusClear Self-Screening App

As part of our comprehensive strategy for controlling the spread of COVID-19 on campus, we have deployed #CampusClear, a daily self-screening app.

  • Fully vaccinated persons do not need to complete #CampusClear self-screenings prior to coming to campus.
  • For those that are NOT fully vaccinated, we strongly encourage that you complete the #CampusClear self-screening prior to coming to campus.

To get started, download the app from the app stores.

Apple Play Store

Google Play

We encourage you to enable notifications from the app. There will only be 1 notification each day to prompt you to take the self-screening survey.

Once you've downloaded #CampusClear, log in by entering your MidMich email address. You'll receive an email confirmation, and after clicking the confirmation link in the email, you will have access to the app.

If you do not have a smartphone, you may log onto the #CampusClear website to complete your screening using this link.

There will be signs at all entry doors with QR codes so visitors can download the app. Visitors will be able to use a phone number when signing in to receive the confirmation link.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we strive to ensure Mid's campuses are safe, healthy spaces.




When On Campus

Face Coverings

Face coverings have been and continue to be an important part of ensuring a safe and healthy environment at Mid throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Face coverings are not required for fully vaccinated persons.
  • For those who are NOT full vaccinated, face coverings are required in Mid Michigan College facilities.

Eating on campus is permitted and no longer restricted to designated areas.

Various protocols for safety may depend on the situation and environment, and will be communicated as needed.

For those who are not fully vaccinated and cannot wear a face covering for a documented reason, please contact the following department prior to or upon arriving on campus.

Violations of this policy are considered a breach of the Code of Conduct and will be referred to the Director of Student Conduct, Human Resources, and/or Safety & Security as appropriate.



Social Distancing



Wash & Sanitize Hands Frequently

Protect your health by washing or sanitizing your hands frequently throughout the day.



Limit Face-to-Face Interactions

Services across the College are available on campus and you are welcome to connect with team members in person if that is your preference.

If you can accomplish your task or resolve your need remotely (e.g.; by calling, emailing, or scheduling a video meeting), please do so.

Students: Find more information on the Contact Us Remotely page.

Visitors: Contact Mid or specific departments for more information.



Sanitize High-Traffic Areas

Mid’s custodial teams continue to regularly and thoroughly clean and disinfect all areas of each campus.

In addition, employees and students should wipe down their workstations, phones, copy machines, light switches, desks, etc. within their own office/classroom areas prior to using and before leaving the space each day. Cleaning products are available in all areas.

Example: A classroom is used for a staff meeting. Employees should wipe surfaces prior to sitting down and clean them again once the meeting has ended. This would be the same for a course. Students should clean the areas that they use.



 
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