CALIFORNIA, Pa. (KDKA) — California University of Pennsylvania will operate remotely for the upcoming 2020 Fall semester due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Cal U President Geraldine Jones announced Friday that the majority of classes will feature virtual learning, as it allows students and professors to interact with a regular schedule. Other classes without virtual learning will be offered online.

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The University announced that all residence halls will be closed, student activities will be held online, and most employees will not be working on-site.

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Classes are set to begin on August 24.

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“It has become apparent that even the best on-campus experience presents too great a risk to our Cal U family,” President Jones said in a press release. “Like many of you, I am eager to return to the Cal U we all know and love. But right now, the risks are simply unacceptable.”