Starting with the pay period that began on Wednesday, March 18, we will pay student workers for their normally scheduled hours for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester, regardless of how much they are actually able to work. This allows our students who rely on on-campus employment to maintain access to this important source of income during this uncertain time.
We realize many of you may be busy with getting ready for online classes on Monday, adjusting to a new work routine, or worrying about personal health, the health of loved ones, and people all across the world. But we’d like to take a minute of your day to let you that the Library will continue to provide research services and resources to help you finish the semester strong.
In new guidance issued tonight by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education, we have been advised that in-person instruction will not be allowed at Minnesota State system institutions for the duration of the Governor’s Stay Home Minnesota executive order. This is a change from guidance given earlier this week.
Two updates to Bemidji State University’s Test Proctoring Services and Placement Testing (Accuplacer)
With Gov. Walz’s Stay Home Minnesota order taking effect tonight at 11:59 p.m., I wanted to provide some clarification for what this order means for building access at Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College.
The Office of Communications & Marketing presents the first episode of “What’s New, BSU?” a live Zoom web show for employees at Bemidji State University.
As promised late yesterday afternoon, I would like to provide you with some additional information about how yesterday’s Stay Home Minnesota order by Gov. Walz will impact us here at Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College.
Minnesota Gov. Walz has issued a Stay at Home order, effective Friday, March 27, at 11:59 p.m., to help the state in its battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. This order will remain in place for two weeks, until Friday, April 10, at 5 p.m.