Michigan State University gives information ahead of resuming classes

Michigan State University held a press briefing at 1 p.m. to provide information on preparations for resuming classes on Monday.

"Our teams will be standing by, and they're ready to help students tomorrow and welcome them back," said Executive Vice President for Administration Melissa Woo, Ph. D.

All undergraduate students at Michigan State will have a credit-no credit option for the rest of the semester, according to MSU.

All classes have been moved to other spaces across campus, said Interim Provost Thomas Jeitschoko, Ph. D. Instructors have been informed of the new room locations and were asked for patience as they navigate their new spaces.

Students, staff and faculty were encouraged to take advantage of the available Counseling & Psychiatric Services (CAPS) and Employee Assistance Program.

MSU said there are advisors ready to work with students that are not ready to return.

"The incident that we experienced this week was isolated and only involved one individual who is no longer a threat to campus," said Interim Deputy Chief Chris Rozman. "Our department stands strong and prepared to ensure the absolute safety of all our students, faculty and staff not only this week but into the future… we have already started having conversations looking at comprehensive long-term solutions and not just short-term solutions."

Three Michigan State students were killed and five others were injured in Monday's shooting. 

One student is in fair condition another student is in serious condition, according to MSU Police. The three other students remain in critical condition.

Funerals for 20-year-olds Brian Fraser and Alexandria Verner were held on Saturday. A vigil was held for 19-year-old Arielle Anderson. Her funeral is set to be held this Tuesday.

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