UMD Shares COVID-19 Coronavirus Plan, Includes Classes Moving Online
The University of Minnesota Duluth, along with the rest of the five University of Minnesota system, announced updates on the school's COVID-19 coronavirus plan. The school shared that there are no identified cases on any of the U of M campuses as of March 10.
In the update, the school shared that beginning March 18, until at least April 1, 2020, "all coursework on all five University of Minnesota campuses will be delivered online." They also referenced President Gabel’s March 11 announcement, where additional information is available.
The update also said that all non-essential, University-funded travel has been cancelled from March 16 through at least April 30, 2020. This includes both foreign and domestic travel for faculty, staff, and students.
You can see the latest from the University of Minnesota Duluth and the rest of the U of M system on their COVID-19 update page here.