To align with University directives and help prevent the spread of COVID-19, all in person activities, events and programs involving children should be conducted virtually and in alternative formats until further notice. These changes will remain in effect until otherwise directed by University of Michigan leadership and public health officials. Please check here periodically for resources and updates to support virtual experiences that align with the Children on Campus policy.

The Importance of Ethical Conduct

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  • The University of Michigan’s commitment to providing a safe and welcoming environment to children and teens depends upon everyone’s compliance
  • Working effectively with children and teens requires specialized knowledge and skills that need to be learned and practiced
  • Daily interactions through family, faith communities and civic activities do not adequately prepare adults to work with a diverse community of children and teens in a professional setting.
  • The Code of Conduct is designed to promote the health and safety of a diverse community of children and teens