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To protect the health and safety of students and employees, MSC Southeast is requiring mandatory self-screening prior to entering campus buildings for potential exposure to COVID-19 and symptoms of COVID-19.
You must complete the online COVID-19 Self-Assessment before you enter any campus building. This is required of all individuals entering campus. You must do this once per day before entering any campus building. You can take the Self-Assessment on your mobile device, home computer, or at a computer station located near the main entrance of the building.
If you are cleared to come to campus, you will see a message showing the date you are allowed on campus. This will also be sent to your email account so you can show the message if you are asked to verify that you’ve passed the screening.
If you are not cleared to come to campus, you will see a message with the instructions below. You will need to follow the appropriate guidelines to self-isolate and seek medical care before you can come back to campus. You will not receive an email. You may refer to the COVID-19 Decision Making Flow Chart (PDF) for further direction on how to proceed depending on your circumstances.
If you are not cleared to come to campus, you will see this message on your screen.
Based on your answers, you are NOT authorized to come on campus for classes or work.
Based on Minnesota Department of Health guidance:
You should also:
For further COVID-19 information visit https://southeastmn.edu/current_student/page.aspx?id=12293
It is recommended that you print or take a screenshot of this page to retain a record of this guidance.
It’s a web-based survey individuals will use to self-assess COVID-19-related health risks and determine whether they should be
allowed to enter Minnesota State facilities in order to mitigate the risk of transmission.
College- and university-specific web links and QR codes are available on each school’s website and on materials available at campus entrances.
Everyone who plans to visit any facility within the Minnesota State system, including all students, employees, visitors,
contractors, and vendors, must complete the self-assessment before they arrive each day they will be on campus or at the workplace for longer
than 15 minutes. This applies to all 54 Minnesota State campuses and the system office. Students who live on campus are required to complete the
assessment every morning.
They will not be allowed on campus or into the workplace.
Individuals can use a computer station which will be set up for their use near each building’s main entrance.
Minnesota State is committed to protecting the private data submitted through this self-evaluation tool. The Chancellor and campus leadership
have designated a limited number of individuals, at the system office and on each campus, who may access to the results of the self-evaluation tool.
Access is restricted to those individuals whose work assignments reasonably requires access to the data.
The information submitted through the self-evaluation tool is classified as “highly restricted” by
Operating Instruction 22.214.171.124 “Data Security Classification.”
The detailed collection, use, and safeguarding of “highly restricted” data is outlined in
Operating Instruction 126.96.36.199 “Information Security Controls.”
Minnesota State has robust processes in place to maintain the confidentiality of data, as well as to prevent, control, and minimize the impacts of
any security incidents.
Minnesota State will use the data collected by this tool for the benefit of the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff.
We will maintain the data as long as necessary to safeguard our students, faculty and staff and we will destroy the data when we have
determined it is no longer needed. The tool does not store passwords and cannot email sensitive data. In addition, no data is stored
on the device that is used to access the assessment.
View the COVID-19 Self-Assessment Demo on the Minnesota State COVID-19 Information page.