Resources for undergraduate students during COVID-19

We strive to be innovative and responsive to the shifting needs of our students.  We are committed to providing important information and updates to our students, parents, families, and partners.

Return to campus

Information about Fall Semester classes, academic calendar, FAQ and more:
Return to Campus website

Stop the Spread of COVID-19 initiative:
Download posters and signage

Mask requirement on campus:
Twin Cities Face Coverings FAQs

Undergrads can apply to return to research facilities:
Message from University administration (PDF)

Information for international students coming to campus Fall 2020:
UMN International Student and Scholar Services website

Information and frequently asked questions about Fall 2020 on-campus housing:
Housing and Residential Life Fall website

Updates on 2020 orientation for incoming students:
Orientation and Transition Experiences COVID-19 page

Academics

Four types of classes are being offered this fall—in-person, remote, online, and blended. 
Class formats and locations

To ensure safety for everyone, in-person classroom seating will be 6 feet apart
What to expect in the classroom

You will be responsible for bringing and wearing a face covering in all in-person classes
Twin Cities Face Coverings FAQ

Resources and support are available to assist with your technology and internet needs;

Additional academic resources

Connect with your academic advisor
CSE Academic Advising

Anderson Student Innovation Labs are closed until further notice. Stay updated on the Anderson Labs website

Career Resources

CSE Career Center is available to help you navigate your internship and career search during COVID-19:

University updates

University of Minnesota COVID-19 updates:
Safe Campus website

Answers to students' most common questions:
Student FAQs

COVID-related updates and resources for undergrads
UMTC Student Support

Updates related to undergraduate education:
Office of Undergraduate Education COVID-19 website

Virtual tours, appointments, and support for applicants and admitted students:
Office of Admissions

Support for victims/survivors/concerned people of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment:
Aurora Center

Resources for alternative instruction and technology accommodations:
Disability Resource Center

If it’s necessary for you to be on campus, get an escort from the Safe Walk Program by calling 612-624-9255 (WALK). Learn more on the UMN Safe Campus website

Student emergency funds to provide relief during COVID-19:
OneStop student emergency fund webpage

Transportation resources:
Parking & Transportation Services COVID-19 FAQs page

Student life

Support for international students, scholars, staff, and faculty impacted by COVID-19:
International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)

Resources for travelers, education abroad, and international students and scholars:
Global Programs and Strategy Alliance (GPS)

Housing & Dining:
Housing & Residential Life COVID-19 updates

Student Groups:
Updates for Student Groups about meetings, event, travel, and funding regarding COVID-19

Research

Undergrads can apply to return to research facilities
Message from University administration (PDF)

Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) updates for the research community:
OVPR website

Diversity and inclusivity

Virtual resources and trainings:
Office of Equity and Diversity Resources

Community of diversity advocates:
CSE Diversity and Inclusivity Alliance

Health and Wellness

Mental Health resources:

UMN RecWell resources for health and wellness:
Recreation and Wellness website

Health services available in person and online:
Boynton Health website

Fresh and healthy food at no charge:

Take a Break:

News and events

University COVID-19 news: 
University stories, insights, expertise

Virtual events at the university: 
Events Calendar - University of Minnesota

Virtual events for the CSE Community:
CSE Events Calendar

Report racial bias and discrimination

Disease does not discriminate. Racial discrimination and stereotyping is not tolerated at the U of M. If you experience or witness harassment or discrimination related to the COVID-19 outbreak, report it to the Bias Response & Referral Network.


Did we miss any resources? Contact us at csecomm@umn.edu.