Resources from NMU HR

Human Resources has assembled a list of resources for all employees, including things such as: 

Additional Resources

Northern Michigan University is working diligently to keep faculty and staff informed about the decisions and actions it is making regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Refer to the links below for more information

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It is a Wildcat tradition to support and take care of one another. This commitment to each other, our campus community and the region may never be more important or evident as it is during the current COVID-19 worldwide pandemic when our individual and collective actions may literally be life-saving.

Official University Communications

The university's formal method of communicating decisions made about related to the pandemic is email to your NMU account.

View COVID-19 related communications since July 1, 2021

If you have symptoms or possible exposure, do not go to work.

Contact Human Resources if you have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Contact your supervisor if you:

  • feel unwell,
  • are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or
  • believe you have been exposed to someone with the COVID-19 virus.

If you develop symptoms while you are at work, call or email your supervisor, or wear a mask to inform your supervisor from a minimum six-foot distance. You will be required to go home. For medical emergencies, call 911. Your supervisor will file a confidential form that will be submitted to the NMU designated reporter. 

Daily Self-Screening Questionnaire

Each day, by reporting to work on campus, employees are attesting that they have reviewed the questionnaire, feel well, do not have apparent COVID-19 symptoms, and do not know that they have been exposed to a COVID-19 positive individual.

  1. How do I feel physically?
  2. Have I recently developed any of these ailments, unrelated to any other health issues I have?
    • Cough, newly developed or worsening
    • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    • Chills or repeated shaking with chills
    • Feeling feverish or have fever above 100.4F*
    • Muscle aches
    • Abdominal pain
    • Runny nose
    • Headache
    • Sore throat
    • Nausea or vomiting
    • Recent loss of smell or taste
  3. Could I have been exposed?
    • Someone in my household has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or is displaying symptoms
    • I know that I have been exposed to someone with COVID-19

This questionnaire does not replace the judgment of healthcare professionals.

Workplace Hygiene & Cleaning Requirements

  • When on campus, all employees will wear face coverings when in shared spaces and interacting with others.*
  • Frequently wash your hands or use a hand sanitizer.
  • Additional personal protection equipment may be requested from your supervisor or the NMU Safety Department.
  • When returning to work and on a daily basis, clean and sanitize your high-touch surfaces.
  • Use cleaning supplies supplied by the University.
  • Adhere to signs noting the maximum number of individuals allowed in small spaces.
  • Discuss with your supervisor or facilities staff any concerns you may have, or email

*Contact Disability Services (students) or Human Resources (employees) if a medical exemption is required.