Learning and Teaching

  

What do you do if a student tells you they were exposed to, have symptoms of, or tested positive for COVID 19?
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What do you do if you were exposed to, have symptoms of, or tested positive for COVID 19? 
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Academics

Academics

  • Spring 2021 begins January 19 for the Twin Cities campus. Spring break is scheduled for April 5-9, 2021.
  • Course modalities (e.g., in-person, distance, hybrid) for the spring semester have been selected. Check your schedule through MyU for information. If you have questions about a specific course, contact your instructor. 

Housing Resources

Housing Resources

How do I find housing?

  • U of M Off Campus Living has resources to assist you with your off-campus housing search, including a Roommate Finder Tool.
  • Deciding where to live is an individual decision that depends on your own circumstances and what is best for you. Keep in mind that if classes are held online this fall and on campus for spring semester, there may be reduced housing options available as leases tend to coincide with the academic calendar, not the calendar year. Consider reviewing these options before you make your decision.
  • International students should refer to International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) for details related to the latest information regarding arrival in the US.

Health and Well-being

Health and Well-being

Resources and Contacts

Resources and Contacts

Key Resources Related to Fall 2020 Academics
The following resources will be updated regularly and will provide the most up-to-date information. Check these resources frequently:

School of Nursing Contacts

Ongoing Questions 

Face Coverings

Mask

School of Nursing students will be provided two University-branded face coverings to show their school spirit when out in public. Additional information on face coverings can be found here.