As of March 23, all MSU classes will be taught remotely. The campus will remain open,
however, classes can be accessed remotely so you do not need to come to campus.
We know that you have questions and concerns about online or other remote forms of
learning. In addition to keeping you safe, supporting your academic success is also
our top priority.
The tips and resources on these pages are designed to assist you in this transition
to completing your classes remotely.
Get ready to transition quickly from face-to-face to remote learning.
Finding answers to your questions about the
Registrar's office, advising, and other academic services during the transition.
Connect and share with others using Brightspace, Webex, Box, and TechSmith Relay.
Remote tutoring support your learning
MSU Counseling and Psychological Services is offering tele-mental health services.
Other services to support your remote learning
Get the most out of your online courses.
Answers to questions you may have about learning remotely.
Selected computer labs are open, but available workstations have been modified to
conform to the COVID-19 6-foot social distancing rule.
Information about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from University Health Partners.
On-campus contacts for additional assistance.