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What are your education plans during the COVID-19 pandemic? Take this survey

Would you feel comfortable coming back to campus? Take classes at a community college? Stay at MSU? We want to hear from you.

May 20, 2020

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. has said the university is planning for “multiple scenarios” for fall 2020 classes, including considering a hybrid of in-person instruction and online instruction, online-only instruction and normal in-person instruction.

As the fall semester approaches, students across the country are beginning to plan for their future education during the COVID-19 pandemic. The State News wants to hear what your education plans are for the fall and beyond in a variety of scenarios that could be possible for the upcoming school year. We would like to find out how the student body might change depending on how MSU decides to hold classes for the 2020-21 school year.

Please use the survey below to outline your potential plans for the upcoming school year. If you'd like to share more with us or if you believe you could be a good person to talk to for this article, please email

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