Student experiences are no loner on hold due to COVID-19. However, a fourteen (14) day quarantine period, within the state of Michigan, is required for students who reside or have traveled outside the state of Michigan. Please continue to check back for updates!

Students and faculty are encouraged to reach out to their respective universities for further direction and real-time updates.

Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic as a College Student:

Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center is helping MTU prevent the spread of COVID on campus. They’ve set up a tent on the campus lawn that will act as a testing station for students:





Information for Healthcare Professionals:

Clinical Questions About COVID-19:

Priority for Testing Patients with Suspected COVID-19 Infection:

Interim Guidelines for Collecting, Handling, and Testing Clinical Specimens from Persons for COVID-19: is a FREE learning platform, created by the World Health Organization (WHO), for health emergencies. Here are a few courses, related to COVID-19, that you might be interested in:


Emerging respiratory viruses, including COVID-19: methods for detection, prevention, response and control

Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 Resource Center for Physicians:

The American Heart Association has responded to concern regarding BLS Instructor and Provider Card Expiration!

ABMS Member Boards Allow Flexibility During COVID-19 Pandemic:


Tips for taking care of yourself:


First Responder and Disaster Responder Resource Poral:

Headspace is a meditation and sleep app that can have a positive impact on health professionals' personal and professional lives. Headspace is offering all US health professionals who work in public health settings free access to Headspace Plus through 2020.

Free Faculty Factory Podcasts with Dr. Neda Gould, Director of the Mindfulness Program and Associate Director of the Bayview Anxiety Disorders Clinic, both in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine: 


Guided Meditation

Tips for dealing with uncertainty

Earth, Wind, Fire Yoga is offering free online yoga for frontline healthcare providers. Email with your hospital name, job title, and badge photo, and which class you’d like to attend.


COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness: Is your health center ready?

For FQHC and Medicaid Providers:

Telemedicine Expansion: and Associated Press Release:,9753,7-406-98158-521549--,00.html

Temporarily allows for telephonic services associated with above referenced policy:

Medicaid programs relax face-to-face requirement:

Dental Guidelines:

Michigan Interim 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Person Under Investigation (PUI)/Case Report Form Cover Sheet:

Caring for our caregivers during COVID-19:


The Michigan Area Health Education Center (MI-AHEC) was established in 2010 to improve access to primary care for all Michigan residents, many of whom live in areas that have too few health professionals. Through recruitment and retention initiatives, as well as special clinical education programs, MI-AHEC seeks to expose disadvantaged students to health care opportunities, expand the number of underrepresented minorities in the health professions, and encourage students and health professionals to work in areas that need greater access to primary care providers. The national AHEC program was created by Congress in 1971.

Michigan AHEC is funded in part through the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions Federal Grant # U77HP26582

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