Resources for the CSE community during COVID-19

In these unsettling and changing times, we're here for you!

Top 5 things you need to know updated 7/13/20

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Fall 2020 plans: The University's Twin Cities campus will resume in-person instruction and re-open residence halls, dining facilities, and other campus services for Fall 2020 semester on Tuesday, Sept. 8 in a manner consistent with public health guidelines. Visit the Return to Campus website.

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Face covering requirement: Effective July 1, 2020 and continuing until rescinded, all University students, faculty, staff, and visitors (including contractors, service providers, vendors, and suppliers) are required to use a face covering at all times when in any enclosed or indoor space on University campuses and properties. Review President Gabel's June 29 message.

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Sunrise Plan for returning to work: On May 1, President Gabel’s systemwide message shared the University's Sunrise Plan. The plan includes an evolving process for certain faculty and staff to request a return to their worksite using the Request for Return to On-Site Work Authorization form, as well as guidelines for all University units as they begin to plan for employees to return.

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Summer activities: Proposals for summer programs, activities, events and recreation centers are now being accepted from program coordinators.

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Stay safe order: Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz issued a “Stay Safe” order for the State of Minnesota that encourages all Minnesotans, including the University community, to stay home, wear cloth face coverings (masks), and avoid gatherings of more than 10 people. 

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General questions: cseinfo@umn.edu

Tech issues: csehelp@umn.edu

CSE Student Services: csestudent@umn.edu

CSE Diversity and Inclusivity Alliance: csealliance@umn.edu

CSE Alumni Relations: csealumni@umn.edu

Ways to support the college: csedevelopment@umn.edu

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As College of Science and Engineering students, faculty and staff are all doing their part to combat and cope with COVID-19. Read stories about specific research, innovation, and teaching on the CSE News and Features page.

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Stay up-to-date on the coronavirus

The University of Minnesota is closely monitoring the emerging public health concern involving the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Check for the most up-to-date information on the Safe Campus website.