As student schedules and fees are finalized for the upcoming semester, some are questioning the cost of attending the University of Minnesota this fall without the benefit of many in-person experiences.
As students file back onto the University of Minnesota’s campus next month, some have raised questions around how University housing will keep students safe and connected.
Faculty have chosen their teaching preferences for the fall semester, and now the University is working to figure out logistics for in-person classes.
The offer will become available on Aug. 17 and end on Oct. 19, 2020, and University faculty and staff who take the offer are expected to retire and leave the University by Jan. 15, 2021.
As the University of Minnesota works to update Title IX regulations, one focus has been shifting to a standard of evidence for sexual misconduct cases across all job classifications.
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.
International students may not be able to stay in the U.S if their entire fall course load is online, ICE says
Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday that international students enrolled at universities in the United States will not be eligible to remain in the country if their entire course load is online.
University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel announced the University’s new decision to require face masks to limit the spread of COVID-19 at Monday’s University Senate Meeting.
While many University students were surprised when they learned classes would be shifted entirely online for the rest of the semester, some students with disabilities faced extra concerns regarding the transitions.
The state Attorney General Keith Ellison also upped charges against Derek Chauvin, the then-police officer who pinned Floyd to the ground.