The July-mester is offering students select in-person classes that are more difficult to teach remotely.
The restrictions, recently extended through Sept. 30, limit international travel by faculty, staff and students. But where University members can go will mostly depend on what countries allow them in.
Other activities that traditionally involve student groups, like Paint the Bridge, have been canceled.
The programs include the Medical School, School of Dentistry and three graduate degrees in the College of Science and Engineering.
This extension is due to the financial implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and will allow further exploration of switching dining vendors or models in the future, University officials said.
Trump administration repeals ruling barring international students from taking entirely virtual courses
The University of Minnesota supported a lawsuit against the ICE directive.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents discussed plans for fall semester, financial sustainability and Title IX policy changes in a virtual meeting held July 8 and 9.
The findings from the study may be used to guide future decisions surrounding the pandemic.
The University of Minnesota is in the process of revising portions of Title IX policy following new legislation from the U.S. Department of Education.
The plan, formally titled the "Impact 2025 Systemwide Strategic Plan," has been in development since 2016 and will be used as a guiding framework for the University through 2025.