ALLEGHENY COUNTY (KDKA) — Community College of Allegheny County is suspending classes as it transitions to online classes.
On Thursday, the college announced that credit classes are suspended from March 13-17.READ MORE: 'An Epidemic': TSA Catches 4 Guns In 4 Days At Pittsburgh International Airport
All on-campus instruction has been canceled from March 18-April 19, and all noncredit classes will be canceled March 18-April 19.READ MORE: Trevor Noah Coming To Pittsburgh In 2022
Students will be contacted directly by their instructors with more information about course work.
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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.