Phishing Alerts

Many U-M community members received this email on the date below. This message is not from U-M. Do not respond, do not click on any link, and immediately delete it.

  • If you have already clicked on the link and entered any personal information—including your UMICH password—immediately change your password AND contact 4-HELP. An ITS Service Representative will check your account for any malicious activity that may already have been carried out by the sender of the phishing message.
  • If you have any concern that your email account may be compromised, contact 4-HELP.

Spam, phishing, and other malicious email can cause real harm. Criminals can use them to gain access to your personal and financial information, as well as sensitive university information and access to U-M resources.

Learn more about phishing and suspicious email.

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