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Top 5 things you need to know updated 5/18/20
Sunrise plan: On May 1, President Gabel’s systemwide message shared the Sunrise Plan, which includes an evolving process for certain faculty and staff to request a return to their worksite using this form, as well as guidelines for all University units as they begin to plan for employees to return.
Stay safe order: Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz issued a “Stay Safe” order for the State of Minnesota as of Monday, May 18. It encourages all Minnesotans, including the University community, to stay home, wear cloth face coverings (masks), and avoid gatherings of more than 10 people.
Summer classes online: All summer classes will be online and in-person instruction is suspended through the end of the Summer 2020 semester. Read President Gabel’s April 6 message.
Early summer activities canceled: All summer non-curricular events and activities for May and June are canceled unless they can be offered online. Read President Gabel’s April 14 message.
No final decisions about fall: The University is actively planning for a range of possibilities for fall semester in regard to work and instruction for fall semester. See President Gabel’s April 28 message.
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