COVID-19 and Our Campus Community

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Minnesota State University, Mankato holds the health, safety and welfare of our campus community as paramount. Our goal is to mitigate the potential transmission of COVID-19. This is a shared responsibility and every member of our community – including you – must do their part. COVID Notice

Contact Information

For questions about symptoms, testing, or risk of COVID-19, call the Student Health Services COVID Healthcare Hotline at (507) 389-5591 or the Minnesota Department of Health hotline at (651) 297-1304 or (800) 657-3504.

To report a positive COVID case among our campus community, call the COVID Reporting Hotline at (507) 389-2030.

Students that need assistance with services should contact the Student Affairs Office at student-affairs@mnsu.edu or (507) 389-2121.

For general questions, contact the Provost’s Office at provost@mnsu.edu or (507) 389-1333.

Communication and Signage

View an archive of past campus communication, interviews with employees and students, and campus signage available through Printing Services.

Communication and Signage

Academic Calendar 2020-2021 Changes

Any changes to the 2020-2021 academic year are listed with further rationale and guidance.

Academic Calendar 2020-2021 Changes

We are All in this Together

We have created funds to help provide assistance to students during these increasingly challenging times. Please consider making a contribution today to help our students when they need it most. All donations are tax-deductible, and 100% of funds go directly to help those students in need.

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Covid-19 Resources

Resources for Covid-19 in one easy location—find contact information, campus status updates, emergency resources, zoom support and more.

Safety Measures

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.

Return to Learn

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.

Academic Calendar 2020-2021 Changes

Any changes to the 2020-2021 academic year are listed with further rationale and guidance.

Communication and Signage

This section is dedicated to various communication pieces during COVID-19.  View an archive of past campus communication, interviews with employees and students, and campus signage available through Printing Services.

Frequently Asked Questions

We continue to receive questions regarding COVID-19 and its impact on our campus community. Our most commonly asked questions have been divided into groups which will continue to be updated on a regular basis.