NDMU Announces Plans for Spring 2021 Semesters

Keeping our campus community safe and healthy is NDMU’s top priority as we navigate through this impactful global pandemic. 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.

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Things You Need to Know

  • The Academic Calendar for the spring semester has been revised. Classes will be in session until 12:00 p.m. on Good Friday (April 2), all day on Easter Monday (April 5), and in full session during what would traditionally be spring break.
  • The residence halls will be open for the spring semester, but will continue in a reduced, single occupant per room, capacity with strict adherence to health and safety guidelines.
  • The University has implemented a pre-arrival testing and quarantine protocol for anyone returning to campus. Please review Testing & Contract Tracing for additional information.

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.

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