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Screening Questions

Saint Paul College is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our students, faculty, staff, and members of our campus community. On the day of your planned visit to campus everyone will need to complete the symptom screening form.

The questionnaire will ask you to:

  • Confirm your identity (for lookup by Public Safety as you enter the building),
  • Report any symptoms you may be experiencing,share any exposure you may have recently had to cases of coronavirus, and;
  • List where you will be going when on campus (for use in coronavirus tracing should it become necessary).
  • All data collected on this questionnaire will be private and used only by Public Safety staff, consistent with the attached Tennessen statement. Each day, everyone will have to complete this questionnaire before being allowed to enter the building. Public Safety staff will allow you to enter the building upon presentation of a valid College or goverment issued photo ID and the approval email from the screening tool submission.

A short video tutorial on how to use the screening tool can be found here.

Please also refer to the Screening Tool FAQ for additional details ​

Saint Paul College and Minnesota State leadership have two goals during this pandemic:

  • Keep all students, faculty and staff safe and healthy by strictly following the lates​t recommendations of the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
  • Provide every means possible for current students to successfully complete their Spring Term courses.
Prepare for ​Remote Course Instruction Learning ​

Take steps now to prepare for classes resuming through remote instruction April 6:

Also, check out these tools instructors may use to teach courses remotely. Logins below use your StarID and password.

D2L Brightspace

Zoom Video-conferencing

Kaltura Mediaspace

Microsoft Teams

​​College Response Activities

Read a tim​eline of actions Saint Paul College has taken in​ response to coronavirus.

​​Community Resources​

Listed below are community resources, external to Saint Paul College, that can assist you or your family in facing challenges resulting from the coronavirus​:

Food Resources

Hallie Q Brown Food Shelf
270 N Kent St, St Paul, MN 55102
651.224.4601 ext. 210
Open Community Hours: 3pm – 5pm, Monday, Wednesday, Friday
http://www.hallieqbrown.org/site/index.php/programs/basic-needs/

Midway Food Shelf (Keystone Community Services)
1916 University Avenue W. (near Prior Avenue)
651.917.3792
Service Hours: 10:00am – 12:30pm and 2:00pm – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday
https://keystoneservices.org/food-shelves/

Rice Street Food Shelf (Keystone Community Services)
1459 Rice Street, Suite 3 (at Arlington Avenue)
651.487.2792
Service Hours: 10:00am – 12:30pm and 2:00pm – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday
https://keystoneservices.org/food-shelves/

North Saint Paul Area Food Shelf – Appointment Only
2538 E. Seppala Boulevard
651.770.1309
https://www.nspafoodshelf.org/

Saint Paul Food Pantry List
https://www.foodpantries.org/ci/mn-st_paul

Minnesota Food Helpline – 1.888.711.1151


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