On Wednesday, March 25, 2020, Governor Walz announced an official “stay at home” order for all Minnesota residents. Although educational activities and services are considered essential, we have recently learned that the state executive branch has made the determination that colleges and universities cannot offer any on-campus face-to-face classes for the next two weeks. Although our campus is open to current students, campus-based essential services will be staffed by a limited number of employees. We will provide updates in the coming days as more information becomes available.
Our campuses in North Mankato and Faribault are open to current students from 7:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday–Friday. Limited staff and services will be available, so please call 507-389-7200 if you have questions.
Please use the following doors to access your classes and student service needs:
- North Mankato Campus (N. Mankato Campus Map)
- Door 1: Welcome Center
- Door 4: Computer Lab C-160 and Classroom C-162
- Faribault Campus (Faribault Campus Map)
- Door 4 : Student Affairs Center & C-230 Computer Lab (upon request)
Online Course Access
Most instructors will now share class content and instructions in D2L Brightspace. If you’ve never been in D2L or don’t remember what to do, we’ve got you covered. Read the directions for Logging-in to D2L and accessing the “Student Lounge” and learn how to log-in in three simple steps!.
Please visit the Campus and Student Services During Pandemic page for more information about hours and availability of other campus and student services and departments.
Our goal is to help your finish your courses and complete the spring semester, but we understand that moving to an alternative delivery environment is new for some and the transition may be challenging and anxiety-inducing. We are here for you and will be continuously updating this page with information and resources to help you through this transition. Please check back regularly!
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I or someone I know has experienced a discriminatory action related to COVID-19?
I am an international student at SCC. If I need emergency travel, who should I contact?
If you have additional questions, please contact us at 507-389-7200 or via the Ask a COVID-19 related question form.