Community Health Outreach and Resources

The Department of Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology recognizes the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had, and continues to have, on our students, staff, and faculty.

The department has compiled a few of the most utilized COVID-19 resources here. In addition, the department has listed other community health resources as well. If you have questions or would like to explore other resources that may be available to you, please reach out to us at

Quarantine Guidelines

Guidelines for quarantining if you test positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed are available on the MTU Flex website. If you have questions about the dates of a quarantine, contact the Western UP Health Department at (906) 482-7382, option 8 (8 am - 4 pm M-F).

Travel Guidelines

Guidance on domestic and international travel is available from CDC, including a travel planner, which can help you connect to relevant information sources at your destination.

Ways to Stay Informed


For information about COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, can help you find the nearest COVID-19 location.

Mental Health and Well-Being

Center for Student Mental Health and Well-Being provides students mental health support including individual therapy, drop-in support, support and therapy groups, workshops, programs, events and medical management. Here, you can find out 2022 Fall support groups that focus on different topics like self-improvement, stress and anxiety management and others. Your well-being is important to us, please feel free to utilize available on-campus mental health and well-being services. Additional resources are available from a Stay Well counselor.

Physical Activity

It is important that you stay physically active during the pandemic because regular physical activity offers a great form of medicine to promote good physical and mental health. The department offers a free virtual physical activity program called UP and Moving This program provides live and recorded home-based workouts to help keep adults (students, staff, faculty, community members) in the Upper Peninsula physically active and healthy during the pandemic and beyond. Other physical activity resources available to students include intramurals and the Outdoor Adventure Program.

Community Health Resources