COVID-19 Announcements from December 2021/January-February 2022

UPDATE: January 19, 2022 at 4:30 p.m.

With COVID-19 tests in high demand, here are some possible options. There is a free community testing site in Bloomington (listed below). You can also order a free at-home test from the state of Minnesota, order up to four free at-home tests from the Federal government at covidtests.gov, contact your health care provider to get tested, or go to another testing site in Minnesota. Your health insurance company will cover or reimburse up to $12 per test for eight at-⁠home over-the-counter tests per month for each person on the plan. See details here.

Bloomington Community Testing Site (Former DMV Location) 9930 Logan Avenue South Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. To schedule an appointmen go to: mncovidtestingappt.as.me


UPDATE: January 12, 2022 at 3:45 p.m.
Normandale recently sent out a message from the Dean of Students to all students registered for Spring Semester classes with an update regarding Campus Office Services. You can read the message below or click on the link in the first sentence. Due to the recent changes caused by the Omicron variant, campus service offices will be temporarily adjusting to a reduced in-person staffing model through January 31. You can still access services in-person and virtually based on your individual preference, though some services may temporarily have longer wait times based on staffing levels. We expect hours of service and general business operations to continue as normal during this time.

Please refer to the Normandale website and department webpages for the specific hours and instructions on accessing virtual services. Information about our campus Covid health and safety protocols can be found on the Normandale Covid webpage, and general information updates will continue to be communicated through your Normandale email account and the weekly Roar newsletter


UPDATE: December 22, 2021 at 4 p.m.Normandale has posted Spring Semester Student COVID Frequently Asked Questions. Please reference for any questions for the upcoming semester.