Students: Learn Anywhere
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 delivered in an internet or online, video conferencing or blended format.
An internet or online asynchronous course is fully online without standard meeting times. While there will not be weekly meeting times, instructors may incorporate time-bound elements.
MSU supports Brightspace for asynchronous delivery.
A video conferencing synchronous course is fully online and has specific meeting days and times. The courses are delivered by using interactive video, including desktop conferencing.
Effective today, Montana State University will expand the face mask requirement to include additional indoor spaces on campus until further notice. The additional spaces include indoor hallways, offices, the MSU Library, the SUB, MSU residence halls and dining halls. The requirement also continues to be in effect for indoor instructional spaces.
On Friday, Sept. 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., University Health Partners will have a mobile vaccine clinic on the Malone Centennial Mall by Montana Hall for students, faculty and staff that will offer the FDA-approved Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
President Cruzado announced that face masks will be required in every classroom, laboratory, studio and any other indoor space where an MSU course is taught. It applies to every student and to every MSU faculty and staff member. This is in effect through Friday, October 1, 2021.