University of Michigan locks out students who violated COVID-19 testing protocols
The University of Michigan has deactivated Mcard access to non-residential buildings for 375 undergraduate students after they failed to comply with the school’s mandatory COVID testing requirements.
Undergraduate students who reside on or visit campus have been required to undergo weekly COVID testing through the Community Sampling and Tracking Program since the beginning of the semester.
On March 2, affected students were notified via email of the measure from the U-M’s Compliance and Accountability Team after the school tried multiple times to reach out to students who weren’t following testing protocols.
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