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.
Beginning Monday, Feb. 14, face masks will be recommended, but not required, for students, faculty and staff in campus buildings at Montana State University. For MSU students, faculty and staff who desire to continue wearing a more protective mask, the university will provide KN95 masks, free of charge, for the duration of the Spring semester.
Commissioner of Higher Education, Clayton T. Christian, provides guidance to MUS campuses to begin the process of phasing out COVID-19 restrictions as soon as possible, including mask requirements, event size restrictions, and any remaining restrictions on out-of-state and international travel.
The federal government launched a program allowing every home in the U.S. to order four free, at-home COVID-19 tests. To order and see FAQs, please visit: covidtests.gov. Students showing symptoms of COVID-19 can also get tested for free at the MSU Student Testing Center, located near the northeast corner of Bobcat Stadium.