COVID-19 Planning: Yes, you can attend Minnesota State College Southeast this fall! Fall 2020 FAQ
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YES - You can go to Minnesota State College Southeast this fall. Most tech and trade classes will be taught on campus. Most other programs will be taught online. We’re here to support you all the way. Apply for admission now!
We are continuing to monitor the developing situation related to COVID-19 and are committed to taking steps necessary to safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of our faculty, staff, and students.
Please join us in honoring the Class of 2020 with our virtual Commencement Ceremony. Watch at www.southeastm.edu/grad2020 or on YouTube. Interim President Larry Lundblad's Commencement Address is posted on his blog.
As of Friday, July 10, 2020, a city-wide order is in effect for Winona requiring the wearing of face coverings in indoor areas that are open to the public. Minnesota State College Southeast will be complying with this order on our Winona campus. All faculty, staff, students, and other individuals on our campus will be asked to wear masks/face coverings when in a campus building. On our Winona campus, masks will be required inside all of our buildings at all times, the exception being when an individual is alone in a single, enclosed office. The proclamation outlines exceptions, including for those with medical issues. Please review the proclamation (download PDF) for full details.
During the Covid-19 outbreak, the entire college community needs to take all necessary precautions regardless of confirmed cases in any particular area. The Minnesota Department of Health recommends that you protect yourselves and others by:
If you feel ill, please contact your healthcare provider or local medical services before visiting in person or going to the hospital emergency room. For more specific information, please review the detailed CDC guidelines: What to Do if You Are Sick
At this time, Minnesota State College Southeast is not open to visitors who are not students, faculty, or staff. MSC Southeast students, faculty, and staff may come to campus to access necessary support services, The Roost, The Pantry, and Wi-Fi.
Since most employees are working remotely, the college has expanded means to deliver student services by email, telephone, and Zoom video conferences. See the Student FAQ for more information.
We have implemented telework for most employees. For those who are on campus, we are practicing social distancing as recommended by the CDC and using alternative meeting methods.