Coronavirus COVID-19 Student FAQs
Please find answers to frequently asked questions related to the student experience during Anoka Tech's response to the evolving COVID-19 situation.
How do I order books if the bookstore is closed?
The bookstore is closed on campus, but all materials for late start classes will be available for purchase online and will ship for free.
Questions, Please call 763-576-4095 and leave a message and you will receive a call back or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How should I prepare for online learning and alternative delivery?
As a student, you can expect contact from your instructors with further details about potential changes to the way your course(s) are delivered in the coming weeks.
Administration, faculty and staff are working to explore and implement alternative modes of delivery of classes. Watch for continued communications via email and please contact your instructors with any concerns.
Minnesota State has compiled resources and support to aid your transition to online learning. Anoka-Ramsey’s Technology Services staff is also available to assist with technology questions during this transition.
What do I need to know about returning to campus?
Will I be able to access student services on campus in the coming weeks?
Yes. However, beginning March 30, student services will be provided remotely.
Updates on this evolving situation will be shared, when available, at Anokatech.edu/coronavirus
What do I do if I feel sick?
If you feel you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, The Minnesota Department of Health recommends:
- Stay at home for at least 7 days, and for 3 days with no fever and improvement of respiratory symptoms – whichever is longer. (Your fever should be gone for 3 days without using fever-reducing medicine).
- Use the CDC website on how to Care For Yourself at Home with COVID-19.
- If your household contacts were exposed to you while you had symptoms, they should try to stay home as much as possible for 14 days.
- They should closely monitor their health, and if symptoms occur, they must isolate themselves. More guidance on this can be found here: MDH COVID-19 Basics
- Use the CDC website for How to Minimize Spread.
The situation surrounding COVID-19 has me feeling anxious. Where can I go for help?
In case of a mental health emergency, call 911.
We recognize this is a stressful and complicated situation. We encourage students struggling with the mental health implications of this situation to contact Counseling Services.
We've also compiled a list of resources to help you cope in these challenging times.