PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Clarion University is suspending all face-to-face classes until further notice amid the coronavirus outbreak.
In an email, Clarion says that effective Monday, March 16, “face-to-face instruction is prohibited” and classes will move online or to another format.READ MORE: Fire Engulfs Spaghetti & Steakhouse Restaurant In Murrysville
Campus will not close, so students can complete classwork from either at home or on campus.READ MORE: Police Investigating Deadly Shooting In Homewood
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This decision follows those of other universities that are canceling face-to-face classes. Some universities are even opting to move online. You can see a full, updated list here.