University of Michigan working ‘around the clock’ to fix internet outage, could take days

On the first day of the new semester, tens of thousands of students, faculty, staff and administrators struggled to access their university accounts, class schedules, email, and, even send selfies to their parents, eager to share the photos and Wolverine pride on Facebook.

The disruption — at the university’s Ann Arbor, Flint and Dearborn campuses — is directly affecting nearly 120,000, including about 65,000 students, and 54,000 faculty and staff, and indirectly affecting even more as U-M tried to fix the problem.

Read more from the Detroit Free Press.


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