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Please note that this page will be continuously updated as this situation develops.
For a list of community support resources, see the Minnesota Office of Higher Education website.
To protect the health and safety of students and employees, MSC Southeast is requiring mandatory self-screening prior to entering campus buildings for potential exposure to COVID-19 and symptoms of COVID-19. You must complete the online COVID-19 Self-Assessment every day before you enter any campus building. Use the link at the top of the website to access the COVID-19 Self-Assessment. For more information, see the COVID-19 Self-Assessment page and download the COVID-19 Student Decision Making Flow Chart (PDF).
If you have symptoms of COVID-19, stay off campus, seek medical guidance, and get tested.
If you have been exposed to someone who is being tested for COVID-19, you should continue to self-monitor for symptoms and continue to practice social distancing and wear a mask.
If you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you must stay off campus 14 days from last contact and seek medical guidance. Note that you must stay off campus for 14 days from last contact even if you yourself receive a negative COVID-19 test.
NOTE: Exposure is defined as having:
If you have completed your vaccines and are exposed to COVID-19, you do not have to quarantine if all of the following are met:
Note that there are different guidelines for those working in healthcare sites, and individuals in that category should refer to the MDH website for guidance.
Minnesota has launched the COVID-19 Vaccine Connector, a new tool to help Minnesotans find out when, where, and how to get their COVID-19 vaccine. Sign up now to get notified when you are eligible and an appointment is available. Any Minnesota resident can sign up. At this time we do not plan to have any vaccination clinics on campus.
There are no state-imposed restrictions on travel. However, we recommend that everyone get tested before and after traveling out-of-state, for example, home for Spring or Summer break. It is critical to be tested to learn if you are an asymptomatic carrier. Don’t wait until the last minute – get results back before traveling. See our website for a list of resources for getting tested.
The Chancellor of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities has imposed out of state travel restrictions on business travel. This impacts employees as well as travel for student clubs and groups. Student organizations should speak with the Dean of Students for guidance on current travel restrictions, as needed.
Please download and review the COVID-19 Preparedness Plan (download PDF). Note that the plan may be updated and when/if a new plan is released, you will be notified by campus email. Important highlights: The MSC Southeast COVID-19 Preparedness Plan calls for students, employees, and campus visitors to:
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Our admissions representatives are available to meet with you by appointment. See our Campus Visits page for information and to sign up for a virtual or personal tour.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment or to find out about upcoming virtual open houses, video drop-in sessions, and other opportunities to learn about Southeast.
Students may take the Accuplacer test remotely for no charge, and we are encouraging the use of remote testing whenever possible. Online Accuplacer testing is available through the use of Zoom proctoring. See the Assess Placement page for information on setting up your Accuplacer test.
Multiple criteria are being used for PSEO and Concurrent Enrollment (C2C) students for course placement. Please reach out to your high school counselor or MSC Southeast PSEO Advisors Patty (email@example.com) or Jeannie (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more.
Nursing students: See below for information about taking the TEAS for incoming nursing students.
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Minnesota State is providing technology support for students seven days a week by calling 844-456-3876 or visiting their Student Technology Help page. This page includes instructional guides, how-to videos, and more for StarID, D2L, Kaltura, Zoom, and Office 365.
We have posted a number of instructional videos for using Zoom in The Roost section of the website on the Computer Lab and Assistance page.
Yes, you can get tutoring in The Roost. Please use the scheduling system on the Tutoring web page to make an appointment. Tutoring will be conducted either in person or virtually over zoom depending upon topic and/or tutor preference.
We offer accommodated testing in The Roost. Please contact:
Minnesota State has published a PDF that provides statewide guidelines for PSEO and Concurrent Enrollment (C2C) classes: Download PDF
Counseling appointments are currently being held by confidential telemedicine (virtual) meetings. See the Health and Wellness page to sign up for an appointment.
Optum is offering a free emotional support helpline for students. Their toll-free help line number, 866-342-6892, is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and the service is free of charge. Students have access to specially trained mental health specialists to support them if they are experiencing anxiety or stress related to COVID-19.
In case of urgent mental health needs, all students have access to Crisis Response services, a 24-7 free service that provides over the phone or in-person mental health support. You can call them at 844-274-7472. (In a life-threatening emergency, call 911.)
On-site and telehealth (virtual) health services are available for Winona campus students through Winona State University Health and Wellness Services, located in the Integrated Wellness Center. There is a nominal fee. Make an appointment prior to your visit by calling 507-457-5160.
Visit MNsure.org to see if you are eligible, complete an application, and enroll in coverage. For assistance, the MNsure Contact Center is open between 8 am-4pm M-F 651-539-2099 or 855-366-7873.
The Student Affairs office (Registrar, Financial Aid, Admissions, Disability Services, Dean of Students Office, The Roost, and general student support) continues to be available to help support you. Some employees are working remotely, but there are consistently in-person staff available to help you on both campuses. Staff working remotely are still available during business hours through email, phone, and Zoom videoconferencing.
To speak with Student Affairs staff, please call or email the office that you are looking to contact and a staff member will respond to you and find the best way to connect with you. (See a list of Frequent College Contacts.) You may also call the College's main phone number (507-453-2700) or stop by the Front Desk to request assistance in connecting with a Student Affairs staff member.
Yes, the Bookstores are open. Online ordering for textbooks is highly encouraged to limit the amount of traffic in the bookstores. If you have questions, you may contact:
The Winona bookstore has pre-packaged Deli Express items for purchase.
In Red Wing, the Fast Food KKart is providing food service.
The Food Pantries on both campuses are open, and you are encouraged to stop by if you need to use them (they are self-service).
For incoming MSC Southeast nursing students, MSC Southeast is offering TEAS testing with proctoring through Proctorio, an online testing system, and our on-staff proctors. Sign up for your test at ATI Testing and select the Red Wing Campus.
The fee is approximately $97.00. We recommend that you view the Student Quick Start Guide and Student Orientation Video on ATI's website. Also, sign up ahead of time so you can do a "dry run" with the proctor prior to testing.
You will need your own computer with webcam, microphone, high-speed Internet, and Google Chrome. If you don't have access to the necessary technology you may come to campus, where a laptop will be provided.
Contact us for assistance: