On Campus Planning & Resources
Student Services at Anoka Tech
Student services are available remotely and in-person by appointment, with a limited number of walk-in appointments available. Visit the Student Services web pages to request a virtual or in-person appointment.
Masks Not Currently Required
In alignment with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, the Minnesota Department of Health, and Minnesota State, masks are no longer required on campus. Choosing whether or not to wear a mask is an individual decision, and those who are immunocompromised or at high-risk for serious illness. This mask policy may change if the community level shifts into the “high” category, or in the case of new guidance from the CDC, MDH, or the Minnesota State System Office. In some cases, individuals will be directed to wear a mask on campus for a period of time if they are ending isolation after a case of COVID-19 or have been recently exposed to COVID-19.
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) recommends that anyone who is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should get tested, whether or not they are vaccinated. Those exposed to someone with COVID-19 should also test at least 5 days after exposure.
Anoka Tech offers on-site PCR and antigen testing in cases of on-campus exposure to COVID-19. We can test you on campus to ensure you were not affected by appointment. If you would like to test with us at Anoka Technical College, please contact email@example.com to arrange a time.
Testing Sites & Options from MN Dept. of Health
If You Test Positive for COVID-19
Please complete this quick form and you will receive case specific COVID-19 guidance on when to return to campus in your school/work inbox. If you have any additional questions/concerns regarding COVID-19, COVID-19 testing, or infectious disease reach out to the college’s public health inbox firstname.lastname@example.org.
If You Were Exposed To Someone With COVID-19
Please reach out to the college’s public health inbox email@example.com first to notify them of your exposure situation. Individuals who are exposed to confirmed case of COVID-19 should wear a mask around others for 10 days and get a COVID-19 test on day six, with day zero being the day of exposure. Persons with a known exposure DO NOT need to stay home UNLESS symptoms develop, or they test positive.
- An exposure is defined as being within 6 feet of a COVID-19 positive person for at least 15 minutes within a 24 hour period.
COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are not currently required for employees or students, though some students may be required by external entities to be vaccinated and/or boosted (e.g. clinical sites). All employees and students are highly encouraged to complete the COVID-19 vaccination series as soon as possible, including booster doses when eligible.
Staying up-to-date on all COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters remains the best precaution we have against severe illness, hospitalization and death due to COVID-19, as well as providing some protection against virus transmission and variant spread. Unvaccinated individuals are significantly more likely to experience severe COVID-19 or hospitalization. Vaccinated individuals are less likely to become infected with COVID-19, protecting high-risk people around them.
- If you test positive for COVID-19, stay home and contact public safety as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you have symptoms of COVID 19, stay home, contact your instructors or supervisor and get tested for COVID-19.
- If you were exposed to someone with COVID-19 and do not have symptoms, wear a high-quality mask anytime you are around others in your home or in public indoor settings (including on campus) for 10 days after exposure, self-monitor for 14 days for any symptoms of COVID-19, and test at least 5 days after exposure, whether or not you are vaccinated.
Close Contact or Exposure Guidance from MN Dept. of Health
Isolation & Exposure Calculator from CDC