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.
Please help us reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission by completing a daily screening tool. The screening tool is part of a system-wide initiative by the Minnesota State System office.
Minnesota State University, Mankato values the health and safety its students, faculty, staff, and visitors. To assist with maintaining a healthy campus community, the University asks students and employees to follow these notification procedures to assist with any response to positive COVID-19 cases.
All faculty, staff, students, and visitors are required to wear a face covering over both the nose and mouth at all times when indoors on campus or in other university facilities.
This decision is based on guidance from Gov. Walz’s Executive Order 20-74 and recommendations from the CDC.
Social distancing is being implemented throughout campus.
Basic infection prevention measures are being implemented at the Minnesota State Mankato campus and additional locations.
Building Services will clean and disinfect campus spaces once per day and restrooms twice per day in accordance with MDH and CDC guidelines. CDC approved quaternary disinfectant will be applied when sanitizing.
Physical classrooms will be operating at partial capacity to allow for safe social distancing.
Our goal is to work together to build a safe community that celebrates co-curricular learning and fun.
Minnesota State Mankato is a tobacco and smoke-free campus. Smoking and the use, sale, or distribution of all tobacco products is prohibited at all times on all university property.
- Work on our University’s COVID-19 Preparedness Plan is underway, guided by a Return to Learn Advisory Committee.
- The work of the Advisory Committee is focused on coordinating planning across a range of potential scenarios. It is supported by action teams focused on five key areas: student learning; student life; employee return; financial sustainability; communications and enrollment; and partnerships.
- The work of the Advisory Committee is also supported by a Pandemic Operations and Tactics team focused on precautions and steps that must be taken in the context of COVID-19.