Campus Involvement

A Message from CCI

Last Updated: October 20, 2020 | 4:00 p.m. EDT

The University of Michigan has recently shared a campus-wide communication regarding the Stay-in-Place order for Undergraduate Students from the Washtenaw County Health Department that goes into effect October 20, 2020, until November 3rd. Undergraduate students are not permitted to gather together in person. This order is only focused on undergraduate students due to the increasing number of positive COVID-19 cases within this population with the goal of significantly reducing gatherings. The order does not apply to graduate and professional students or employees. Please reference the University’s Maize and Blueprint for campus-level guidance. 


We at the Center for Campus Involvement know that this pivot brings a range of challenges and difficulties for you, your involvement, and your student organizations, particularly the many student organizations that have been adhering to public health measures in your work. Here is what the Stay at Home Order for Undergraduate Students means for campus involvement:

  • Programming: Any in-person events and meetings planned until November 2nd should be shifted to virtual engagement, if possible. Visit the Fall 2020 Planning Guide for Student Organizations for advice on virtual meeting best practices, engaging your members & the campus community, and much more! Also, check out the CCI Facebook page and CCI Twitter feed to engage in valuable, topical content and learn about upcoming virtual programs for stress-relief and socialization! Check out the Happening Calendar for the latest upcoming campus programs!

  • Student Organization Development and Support: The Michigan Union IdeaHub is closed for student organization meetings and work until November 3rd. 

  • The Michigan Union Ticket Office continues to provide student organizations with a virtual ticketing service for live streaming events! Contact MUTO for virtual event support!

  • The Student Organization Resource Center continues to work with student organizations for advertisements. Contact SORC for any questions and existing and future reservations and services. 

  • The Student Theatre Arts Complex is closed for student rehearsals and practices until November 3rd. Contact STAC for scheduling adjustments, future reservations, and support needed to modify activities during this Stay at Home Order. 

We at CCI are open and available to you virtually. Please contact CCI with any questions you have about COVID-19 impacts on getting involved on campus, student organization needs and work (, campus programming, and services. We are available from anywhere Monday - Friday; 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. EST by email ( 

Go Blue and Take Care of Maize & Blue!

The Center for Campus Involvement