University of Vermont Cancels In-Person Classes
The University of Vermont will shift to remote methods of instruction rather than in-person classes starting next week to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
UVM President Suresh Garimella said in a campus-wide message on Wednesday that in-person classes will be canceled on Monday and Tuesday and then change to remote methods of instruction on March 18.
He said UVM will be open and employees will be expected to report to work.
Graduate and post-doctoral students will be expected to continue their work but residential undergraduate students are encouraged not to return to residence halls after spring break unless they need to live there.
Events and gatherings on campus will be restricted to 25 or fewer people.
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