Nov 30 - Jan 8
Snowmester is a great way to stay connected and progress toward your degree. MSU will offer online (and some face to face) classes.
Use winter break to your advantage. Register for Snowmester to catch up or get ahead.
There are four main course delivery modalities for Spring 2021:
Faculty and students engage with course materials without a specific meeting time.
Students and faculty meet at a specific time and participate in real time using web conferencing technology.
Offered partially via remote platforms (internet/online) but with a significant portion conducted in-person.
Aeriel Rozwara, a graduate student studying Land Resources and Environmental Sciences, gives her most important tips for succeeding in the online/blended learning environment. (1 min)
The tips below will help you whether your course is fully online or only partially online in a blended format.
In asynchronous delivery, students and faculty engage with course materials without a specific meeting time. Students can access learning at their convenience.
MSU supports Brightspace for asynchronous delivery.
MSU President Waded Cruzado asks everyone to "please sustain the discipline that has brought us here: Keep wearing your masks, avoiding crowds, observing social distance and immediately seeking out medical care if you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19."
Remember, the coronavirus can take up to 14 days to start showing its symptoms once you’re infected. Now is the time to take steps to limit your possible exposure to COVID-19 — before you head home for break.