Updated 9:00 a.m. 3/15/2021
Minnesota State Mankato Cancels Monday "In-Person" Classes Beginning at 12 p.m.
Minnesota State University, Mankato has cancelled all “in-person” classes on its Mankato campus beginning at 12 p.m. Monday due to the potential for strong winds leading to blizzard conditions and hazardous driving conditions.
CLASSES THAT WILL STILL BE HELD:
All FlexSync courses will still be held remotely. Online courses will also be held as scheduled.
This message applies only to the Mankato campus (not Edina or Mesabi).
Although Monday “in-person” classes beginning at 12 p.m. in Mankato are cancelled, the University’s Mankato campus will remain open, and all University offices normally open will be open.
University employees scheduled to work Monday at the Mankato campus should report as scheduled. If employees are unable to make it to work for weather-related reasons, they should contact their supervisors.
Any additional Minnesota State Mankato weather updates will be posted at www.mnsu.edu/weather