Salisbury University to hold classes online until April 3rd

 

SALISBURY, Md. – In accordance with guidance from the University System of Maryland, Salisbury University is taking precautions to help prevent the spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) to our area.

Starting today, March 10th, school officials will begin limiting meetings and large gatherings, encourage social distancing and remote learning, and prepare those who are able to telework.

All classes this Thursday and Friday, March 12th and 13th, are canceled. This is to give faculty the ability to prepare for online instruction. Students are encouraged to take all essential belonging with them when they leave for Spring Break, including medications and other materials, in case it becomes necessary to restrict access to campus for a period of time.

From March 23rd through April 3rd (after Spring Break), instruction will be delivered online. Officials say they do not expect the campus to be closed during this period, however, they are asking students to not return to campus until Saturday, April 4th. Students should monitor their campus email as well as the University’s social media pages for updates.

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