MIU COVID-19 Information
MIU has been extremely proactive and successful to date in addressing the Coronavirus threat. We are pleased to report that MIU has remained open for in-person and in-dormroom classes for all of our offerings. We have had a small number of workers who reside off-campus test positive for the virus over the past few months, who were quickly isolated in their off-campus residences.
Several hundred students who enrolled in our Fall on campus programs were tested upon arrival and then again a week afterward. Only one student tested positive; he was placed in isolation and released after 14 days, and has remained asymptomatic..
Our students are now attending hybrid classes on campus, with a suggested minimum of two classes per week in class and the balance via live, 2-way video conferencing from the dormitory rooms. Numerous other campus-wide precautionary actions have been taken to protect our campus and the broader community.
We continue to observe all government regulations and CDC recommendations, social distancing, and all other precautions that are deemed necessary and advisable, and require compliance by all of our students, staff and faculty.
We continue to strive to provide the richest, fullest, and safest on-campus college experience possible. With the continued cooperation of all members of our University community we are confident that we can maintain our exceptional record.
Page last updated: October 3, 2020