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Lake Region State College moves academic courses online through rest of the semester

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Lake Region State College is moving much of its courses online following spring break, the college announced Monday, March 16.

Academic and lecture-based courses, including those scheduled through the Devils Lake campus, the Grand Forks Air Force Base and UND Launch!, will be taught online for the remainder of the semester using the Blackboard learning management system.

The college says students should watch for an email from their instructors, the base director and Launch! coordinator for more information. Students should log into their courses on Monday, March 23, unless otherwise directed.

Career and Technical Education students in wind, auto, precision ag and simulation technology should return to campus after spring break and report to their program location at 9 a.m. Monday, March 23.

The Minot class of the Peace Officer Training Program will resume as scheduled, the college said. Lt. Maritato will provide detailed information on Monday, March 23, regarding new protocol.


The Devils Lake, Grand Forks and Mayville students in the Dakota Nursing Program will resume learning, testing, clinicals, labs and simulation as coordinated by the DNP consortium director.

Residence hall students whose courses are all academic/lecture based and will be delivered online are asked not to return to the residence halls after spring break. Students should contact Housing Director Scott Dunbar for more information.

International students and students in wind, auto, precision ag, simulation technology and nursing who live in the residence halls may return as scheduled following spring break.

The Lake Region State College campus is open to current students, faculty and staff but is closed to the general public. Exterior doors will be unlocked, but guests will be asked to check in at the nearest office.

College Care for Kids remains open.

The Learning Commons will be open 7:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday and closed evenings and weekends. Interlibrary loan will be unavailable.

The LRSC Education Office at the Grand Forks Air Force Base has been closed as the GFAFB has been restricted to essential personnel only.

All spring athletic seasons, including volleyball, softball, baseball and the clay target/shooting sports league have been canceled.


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