Mavericks push boundaries to lead change. As we begin our return to campus we will ask, “What does a comprehensive state university look like in a post-pandemic world?” While there are many unknowns as we plan for the fall and beyond, the Maverick Return to Learn Planning effort identifies strategic areas of focus, phases for preparation, planning scenarios, and a planning structure to lead our return.
In-Person: Select classes such as labs, ensembles, etc. that require students to be present to achieve learning outcomes.
FlexSync: A type of course delivery that allows students to flexibly attend the same class in-person or remotely via Zoom.
Online: Fully online classes, no in-person or on campus component. For classes offered online in the past or for online programs.
Minnesota State University, Mankato's Return to Learn plan has three phases for preparation. We have also identified 3 possible scenarios to plan for this upcoming fall semester and beyond.
The safety of our students and employees remain paramount. Our campus will be open and ready to welcome students in the fall, while adapting as necessary to safely serve them and provide them with an extraordinary education.
An archive of Return to Learn announcements sent out to the campus community via email.