COVID-19 Update

All EMU employees who have not been otherwise informed or designated by their supervisors are expected to continue working remotely. For all EMU COVID-19 related updates, visit the website.

Engage @ EMU is EMU’s primary entry way to enhance, navigate and cultivate collaboration and partnerships between the University and business and community entities. Engage assists EMU in affirming and improving several parts of our University mission and vision:

  • Benefiting local and global communities.
  • Being an institution of opportunity and community impact.
  • Preparing students with relevant skills and real world awareness.

Michigan Works! Southeast hosting on-campus office hours

The office of [email protected], 201D, Boone Hall has begun hosting Crystal Lyte, PATH Career Advisor with Michigan Works! Southeast to provide support services to eligible students and staff. Crystal will hold office hours during that time on alternating Thursdays bridging the gap between EMU and Harriet Street. 

Afghan Refugee Resettlement Efforts

EMU, in collaboration with Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County (JFSWC), will host approximately a dozen refugee families from Afghanistan in its campus apartments as part of their resettlement to the United States.

JFSWC is the local resettlement agency assisting with finding homes and providing extensive services to Afghan families and other refugee families throughout Washtenaw county. Use the links below to volunteer, donate, and help support these efforts on our campus. 

Academic

Engage cultivates academic initiatives and programs focused on local impact and provides training and support for the integration of community into courses and curriculum.

Business picture

Engage cultivates connections and collaborations between the University and business and corporate entities.

Community picture

Engage cultivates connections and collaborations  between the University (faculty, staff and students)  and nonprofits, municipalities, schools, and individuals.