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Return to campus:
As the University of Minnesota welcomes students, faculty, and staff back to our five system campuses, safety is our top priority.
- Our plans reflect our commitment throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to prioritize the health and safety of all University students, faculty, and staff. We coordinate continuously with our public health and medical professionals—at a state level and within our own University experts. Most importantly, we are working to implement processes to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
- Enhanced cleaning and sanitizing practices will occur throughout all of our facilities.
- Stop the Spread of COVID-19 is our shared commitment to protect one another with daily individual health monitoring, proper handwashing, physical distancing, and wearing masks.
- Additionally, the Twin Cities campus is currently in “Step Three” of the U of M Systemwide Maroon and Gold Sunrise Plan, which details the safeguards put in place for undergraduate students living on campus.
Corporate Relations & Career Centers: During this time, staff will be available by email, phone or virtual meetings. Learn More→
The Carlson School of Management and U of M are closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and aligning our actions with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), CDC, and WHO recommendations.
Faculty, Staff & Student Resources
Below you will find resources for University of Minnesota students, faculty, staff, and other employees as well as Carlson School-specific information.
CSOM Internal Resources (x.500 required)
This page has Carlson School-specific information for students, faculty, and staff, such as:
• IT Resources for remote teaching, learning, and working
• School announcements and preparations for COVID-19
The best up-to-date resource for UMN system-wide information on COVID-19 infections and action, including:
• University FAQs on the outbreak
• Messages from UMN leadership
• Links to more information
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center
This site at CIDRAP (Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy) tracks and analyzes COVID-19 reports and global news and provides valuable resources.