The University of Michigan-Flint has taken all necessary measures to ensure drinking water on campus—in all facilities—is safe, filtered, and regularly tested. This includes classrooms, residence halls, childcare, and cooking facilities.
The University has been testing campus drinking water for more than a year to ensure its safety and quality. Our first tests were in October 2014 and by January 2015, we committed to quarterly testing. Our regular testing continues to find that filters on campus are working and safe to use.
The University also is working to make sure all faculty, staff, and students who live in the city and have been affected by the water crisis have safe water off-campus too by distributing water filters and filter replacement cartridges. The University also is actively working in the community to distribute wate and filters, volunteer in recovery efforts, and put our expertise to work through research and hands-on recovery services.
Source: UM-Flint Department of Environmental Health and Safety