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Email from President Davidson
March 13, 2020
Dear MSU Denver community members,
A lot has happened at Metropolitan State University of Denver this week as we’ve responded to the unprecedented and evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) threat. I’m writing to share a brief recap of the major decisions and actions, so that everyone knows exactly where we stand.
Let me start by saying that we have been closely monitoring this situation since the first global coronavirus cases emerged. Thanks to the work of our campus wide task force and strong leaders in every area, I believe we are right where we need to be in terms of our response. We hoped we’d never reach this point, but we have planned for it. Although there are still no known cases at MSU Denver, we have made several recent policy decisions to minimize risk for our students, faculty, staff and their families, while also continuing to fulfill our educational mission.
Classes moving online by March 30, campus offices remain open
Large events and meetings canceled
Travel policies and guidance
MSU Denver will continue to work with the Auraria Higher Education Center, the Health Center at Auraria, and city and state leaders to provide our community with the latest information and guidance. We held two town hall meetings this week for that purpose and will continue to add to the FAQ on our coronavirus website. We don’t have all the answers right now, so please bear with us as we track them down and know that we are doing all of this with the health and safety of our community in mind.
Janine Davidson, Ph.D.