Minnesota State University Moorhead (MSUM) is committed to staying focused on our purpose of transforming the world by transforming lives and our strategic priorities, including a focus on the work of Equity 2030. To do this, we must provide a safe and healthy campus environment.

The Minnesota Department of Health believes the possibility of continued spread of the virus as people go home or visit family over the Thanksgiving break poses a serious risk. Dragons have an important role to play in the effort to help limit the community spread of the virus. The university will remain open after the Thanksgiving break. As previously planned, classes will move to completely online delivery after Thanksgiving break for the remainder of the semester. And, MSUM has made some additional adjustments in keeping with Governor Walz’s executive order. Details about changes to classes, activities and housing and dining are on this website, shared to the campus community via email, and posted on social media.

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