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MI Symptoms Daily Screener Instructions

Account Set-Up

  1. Visit You will be asked to sign up or log in with Google or Facebook. Once you’ve signed up, verify your account using the link sent to your email.
  2. Next, log back in and you will be prompted to complete your account
  3. In the account info, add your workplace code. You can add or modify later.
    1. Address: 201 E Kirby, Detroit 48202
    2. CCS EMPLOYEE CODE: 9756-2032
    3. CCS STUDENT CODE: 5361-8431
  4. After you complete your profile, you can start your first Wellness Check.

Wellness Check

The Wellness Check asks the following questions:

  • Do you have access to a thermometer?
  • Have you had close contact with someone who was diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last two weeks?
  • Have you been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past two weeks?

Answer questions honestly. The questionnaire will assess the number of symptoms and exposure to make a decision. When in doubt, stay home!


NOTE: All Campus Safety posts, as well as Wellness and Housing Offices, have thermometers available if you want to confirm your temperature reading.

NOTE: If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or have a positive COVID-19 result, you need to stay home through your quarantine/isolation, even if you are symptom-free. Please follow up with your campus representatives (Student Affairs to Human Resources) for more information.


Campus Checkpoints

Checkpoints include

  • ACB Lobby
  • WB Lobby
  • Campus Safety: Kresge Ford Building
  • Campus Safety: Taubman Center
  • Taubman Center Lobby

If you do not have a MI Symptoms account you can fill out a paper symptom screening form.


Creating a Shortcut on Your Phone

On Android:

  1. Open MI Symptoms on your browser
  2. Click three dots in the top right of your browser. Depending on the browser, this may be located elsewhere.
  3. Click “Add shortcut to desktop” and you will create the shortcut as an icon to the desktop

On iOS:

  1. Open MI Symptoms on Safari
  2. Tap the icon in the middle of the bottom bar. Depending on the browser, this may be located elsewhere.
  3. Click the button “Add to Home Screen”
  4. Name the shortcut “MI Symptoms” and click “Add”