Mesabi Range College COVID Notice
Mesabi Range College holds as paramount the health, safety and welfare of every member of its community. Mesabi Range College, however, cannot guarantee a COVID-19-free environment. Unfortunately, the risk of COVID-19 exposure exists in all public places where people are present. Mesabi Range College is taking all recommended steps to mitigate this risk, but we cannot categorically guarantee you will not get sick. Minimizing the risk of COVID-19 infections (or any other spread of disease) at Mesabi Range College is a shared responsibility. As outlined below, every member of our community – including you – must do their part. Understand that if you return to the physical campus of Mesabi Range College, there is a risk you may contract COVID-19 and that illness, injury or death is a possible result.
CAMPUS DETAILS - Spring 2021
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mesabi Range College (Eveleth and Virginia campuses) will be closed to the public.
- Faculty, Staff, and students are allowed on campus but are required by the Governor's Executive Order to wear a mask, observe social distancing, and wash/sanitize hands and work areas.
- Faculty, Staff, and students are also required to complete the Covid Screening Tool before they come to campus.
- Tours must be arranged with an MRC staff member prior to arrival.
- As directed by the two year presidents of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC), all winter sports (men's and women's basketball) have been cancelled. This mandate includes organized team (group) activities for all sports.
- Currently, there is no food service available at either campus.
MRC classes will resume on January 11. A majority of classes will resume in an online or hybrid fashion. Please see MRC course schedule for specific information on course delivery
Hours: January 4th - 8th 9am to 2pm
January 11th - 15th 9am to 2pm
Contact: Bookstore page
OTHER CAMPUS RESOURCES
The disease is a respiratory virus. It's expelled in droplets from an infected person when they cough, sneeze, sing, etc. The droplets can stay in the air for a few seconds before settling to the ground or a surface. The trajectory of the droplets is usually within 6 feet.
Infection primarily happens when the droplets land on a person or get to a person's mucous membranes (eyes, nose, and mouth). Infection is less common, but possible, when droplets are picked up from surfaces by hands and transferred to eyes, nose and mouth via unwashed hands. Droplets will naturally die on surfaces within hours to days.
CAMPUS COVID RESOURCES
NATIONAL, STATE, AND COUNTY RESOURCES
MinnState latest updates: https://www.minnstate.edu/coronavirus/