MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) —  University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel is proposing to postpone dorm move-in at select campuses by at least two weeks, as well as start all classes online due to COVID-19 concerns.

The proposal will be considered by the University’s Board of Regents during a special meeting Monday morning.

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Gabel says delaying move-in dates for university housing on the Twin Cities, Duluth and Rochester campuses will provide additional time needed to evaluate new and emerging federal testing guidance.

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The proposal also calls for undergraduate courses to start online for at least two weeks with some limited exceptions.

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The University’s Board of Regents will need to approve the proposal before it’s official. Learn more here.