Emergency Preparedness: COVID-19

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Returning to campus for Fall 2020

Bring Huskies Home updates

Bring Huskies Home updates

St. Cloud State is gearing up for face-to-face educational delivery in the fall. Faculty and staff are working hard making plans to welcome students back to campus this fall safely with a focus on learning and health.

Our “Bring Huskies Home” initiative is underway to bring students, faculty and staff back to campus in a manner that is safe for Huskies to live, work and study within the guidelines of the CDC, Minnesota Department of Health and the Governor’s administration. During spring semester, St. Cloud State, along with all 37 Minnesota State institutions, took the step to finish up the semester remotely to comply with Minnesota State and Minnesota Department of Health guideline and the state’s stay-at-home order.

While students will be on-campus, instruction will look and feel different than a normal semester with planning around providing courses:

  • Fully in-person
  • As a blend of in-person and online and in-person
  • Fully online

Every class will have a D2L Brightspace component to ensure readiness in case another stay-at-home order becomes necessary for Minnesota.

Bring Huskies Home Committees

The initiative has formed six committees to ensure safe operations in:

  • General operations (day to day operations)
  • Academic instruction (delivery of classes)
  • Residential Life (living on campus)
  • Student services (office support for students)
  • Athletics  (being an NCAA Division II Athlete and Recreation Activities)
  • Engagement (events and activities on campus)

Employees will return to campus throughout July with offices fully open for in-person services on Aug. 3. Fall semester classes begin Aug. 24.

Preparing to return to campus

  • We Want to Know

    As we prepare to transition back to on-campus learning, we want to know what obstacles may be keeping you from participating in your courses and staying on track. 

    We want to know.

  • COVID-19 information

    St. Cloud State University, in coordination with state and local health departments, is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19. 
  • Registration Guide

    Do you want to review or update the courses you've registered for fall? Explore our Registration Guide.