Protect the Nest

Protect the Nest with icons of hand washing, social distancing and wearing a mask.

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Vaccinations will not be required to live, learn, and work at U of M campuses and sites,
as most campus members who can be are expected to be vaccinated.
The University will do everything possible to make vaccines accessible
because vaccines help protect others. 

The promise of a safe and fulfilling Fall 2021 semester on our campuses and other sites across the University of Minnesota System grows daily as we get closer and closer to the reality of more in-person classes, events, and interactions thanks to the commitment of students, faculty, and staff to keep our community safe and healthy by following public health guidelines. We are all looking forward to the excitement and energy of a new fall semester — gathering face to face with colleagues and friends on campus in pre-pandemic ways, attending arts and athletics events, and learning and engaging with each other face-to-face. 

We can have a fall semester full of all of these things and more if we take one final step together: Get the vax today!

Learn more about the University’s approach


Crookston Campus COVID-19 Dashboard

The University of Minnesota Crookston works closely with Polk County Public Health (PCPH) and local professional healthcare providers to administer COVID-19 testing.  AS UMN CROOKSTON DOES NOT ADMINISTER TESTS DIRECTLY ON CAMPUS, WE ARE UNABLE TO PROVIDE ANY TESTING DATA.  The data reported here are solely for students living in UMN Crookston residence halls.  Isolation spaces are provided for students who test positive for COVID-19. Students are required to quarantine if they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive to COVID-19.  Students who test positive for COVID-19 are placed in isolation.

June 25, 2021 at 4:40 PM