Minnesota State University President Richard Davenport says the campus is discussing three options for the fall semester.
“Scenario 1 would be no restrictions on movement or size of gatherings,” said Davenport. “The second scenario, and the one that is most likely, is we will open with restrictions on movement and the size of gatherings. Scenario three is the one we don’t want to see. That would include significant restrictions on movement and gatherings.”
Davenport says the ultimate decision will be made by the state system
“That decision will be made by the chancellor and by the board of trustees for the state system,” said Davenport.
Davenport says summer school enrollment is up five-point-three percent. He says a similar number of students are taking classes but they’re taking more credit hours.