NDMU Announces Plans for Winter and Spring 2021 Semesters
Keeping our campus community safe and healthy is NDMU’s top priority as we navigate through this impactful global pandemic. All classes for Winterim 2021 semester will proceed with real-time remote learning. In Spring 2021, nearly all Women's College courses will return to face-to-face instruction with hybrid options. Adult undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs will be conducted in various formats including hybrid and fully remote. Please see the full announcement for details.
(Update: January 11, 2021) – We are moving forward with spring semester plans to offer in-person residential and educational opportunities for Women’s College, ABSN, and SOP (some required face-to-face) and have made extensive preparations to keep our NDMU community safe, including providing expanded pre-arrival, post-arrival, and surveillance COVID-19 testing and observing key public health strategies.
We are closely monitoring the pandemic’s continuing impact locally, statewide, and nationally, but our experience this fall, as well as those of peer institutions that conducted on-campus activities, clearly indicates that COVID-19 can be managed in a university community with proper procedures, precautions, and a mutual commitment to each other’s health and safety.
Additional details about the policies and procedures that will accompany the careful expansion of on-campus activity are included throughout the NDMU Together website.
This site will be updated frequently with new announcements, additional policies and procedures as needed and as new information becomes available. We recommend that you check the site often and regularly.