IU suspends in person classes for two weeks after spring break due to Coronavirus, instruction to continue online; classes continue as usual this week

In a letter Tuesday, March 10 Indiana University President Michael McRobbie announced IU will suspend in person classes for two weeks after spring break.

The letter reads, “Following our scheduled spring break (March 15 to 22), students on all IU campuses will be taught remotely (not in person) for two weeks (March 23 to April 5). We are planning to resume face-to-face teaching on Monday, April 6. However, that could change with the evolving situation.”


A press release from IU also reads, “Students are encouraged to travel home during this time period, with course work continuing via virtual teaching. Classroom experiences typically including laboratories and similar settings are being further considered, and more guidance will follow. ”


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