Information for students, employees, and visitors coming to Metro State locations in person.
A free app from the State of Minnesota to notify you if you have been near someone who tests positive for COVID-19. Available for both Apple and Android smartphones. Because no information that will identify you will ever leave your phone, your privacy is protected.
Data from Minnesota State's member universities and colleges on COVID-19 reported cases and community spread. Updated weekly.
Guiding principles and target dates for Metropolitan State University community members returning to campus. Updated August 18, 2021.
A summary of the ventilation strategies for each campus building.
An overview of how Metro State is reducing our exposure to hazards to protect the university community.
Contact us with any questions or concerns about the university's pandemic response.
Links to local, state and federal guidance and announcements on COVID-19.
Students and employees are requested to report exposure to, or a diagnosis of, COVID-19 to the university
With Hennepin County, Minnesota, and Ramsey County all ending face covering mandates in the last month, Metro State no longer requires those individuals in campus buildings to wear face coverings. Despite the rapid decline in COVID-19 cases, however, we still ask that students, staff, faculty, and visitors remain respectful of the choices of others who may feel more comfortable wearing face coverings. In addition, the same mitigation techniques that helped bring COVID case counts down remain relevant: maintain physical distancing when possible, wash hands frequently, cover coughs and sneezes, and stay home if you exhibit symptoms.
FAQ for Minnesota State Colleges and Universities revised vaccination and face covering policies (posted Aug. 24, 2021)
Opening hours and access policies for buildings and parking at all university locations.
Schedules and instructions for accessing for student service offices and campus computer labs.
Information and resources on COVID-19 for Metropolitan State's students
Information and resources on COVID-19 for Metropolitan State's faculty and staff
From the Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Metro State students can call 651-793-1568 any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to speak to a licensed counselor.
A free service for employees of the State of Minnesota. Call 651-259-3840 or 800-657-3719 any time. Online access also available.
Mental health tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A fact sheet on feelings that may arise during social distancing and quarantine with suggestions on ways to cope. From the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.