Q: Are masks required on campus?
A: Yes. Please see more information on wearing face coverings on campus and the Face Covering Policy.
Q: What happens if a case is found on campus, will the individual be allowed to remain on campus or will he or she be removed from the dorms/campus?
A: These are the steps to take if a case is found on-campus (PDF).
Business Office FAQs
Financial Aid FAQs
Q: Will I receive extended deadlines for coursework if I am in quarantine or isolation?
A: Coursework deadlines are set by faculty and they may make adjustments as you communicate with them. It is your responsibility, though, to make sure your coursework is completed and turned in on time. The expectation is that you will be participating electronically with your classes and able to keep up with your courses.
Q: For classes offered online or with hybrid instruction, will the classes be offered only at normal class time (as in person) or will the classes be available for the students anytime during the day?
A: The nature of each course and its faculty member will determine how course content is delivered online or through a hybrid approach that blends in-person and online instruction. If the delivery involves all students meeting virtually at the same time (synchronously), the course will meet on its regularly scheduled days and times. Coursework might also be delivered asynchronously, in which case students would work on course segments at times that work best for them.
Q: Will there be tutoring, writing, advising and academic help online?
A: Yes, the Student Success Center will have their services online.
Residential Life FAQs
Q: What can I expect for restrictions/guidelines if I'm living on campus?
A: Please refer to the Spring 2021 Residential Life COVID-19 Plan Phases for further details.
Q: Can I quarantine or isolate off campus?
A: Yes, you can choose to leave campus while you quarantine or isolate. You cannot return to campus though, even just to your own residence hall room or apartment, until you have been cleared by Health Services after your quarantine/isolation is over.
Dining Services FAQs
Q: What food options will be available on campus?
A: For the most up-to-date Dining Services food options, hours, and COVID guidelines, see the Dining Services website. For those students who are living on campus or in the Crookston area who may have unmet food needs, Eagle's Essentials Pantry is still available Monday-Friday in Owen 170 and is accessible via the Student Center doors.
Q: What sports are happening this winter?
A: Men's and women's basketball and hockey have started in-season sport and competition in line with COVID-19 guidelines. In addition, our remaining teams will begin practice the week of January 11.
Q: Will fans be allowed at athletic events?
A: No, at this time in coordination with Minnesota Department of Health guidelines there will be no fans at basketball and hockey games. This will continued to be monitored with the changing landscape of the pandemic, but at this time only teams and essential game staff will be allowed at the events.
Q: Where can I watch athletic events at this time?
A: You can follow along with all home and select away events on the new NSIC Network. This includes home Minnesota Crookston hockey games.
Q: Should I notify the University if I have symptoms that resemble COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath) or have tested positive for COVID-19?
A: Contact Student Health Services with questions, updates, or concerns, 281-281-8512 or see your regular healthcare provider. These people can help you determine if you need to be tested. If you have tested positive, please Student Health Services.
Q: Where can I get tested for COVID-19?
A: Please see our COVID-19 Testing section for more information.