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Utah State University moves academic courses online

Utah State University
Todd Kunz
Utah State University in Logan, Utah.

LOGAN, Utah (KIFI/KIDK) - In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to our campus communities, Utah State University will move academic courses online on Wednesday, March 18.

To allow faculty time to move their courses into the online learning environment, classes are canceled from Friday, March 13 through Tuesday, March 17.

All USU events and events on campus beginning March 12 are canceled or postponed through April 8. All university-related travel beginning March 12, whether domestic or international, are also canceled through April 8.

The university will otherwise remain open for business. Residents in USU Housing are encouraged to stay and services will continue to be provided. 

Staff will continue business as usual as much as possible, with an emphasis on social distancing and avoiding meetings over 20 people. Staff who are at greater risk for complications from COVID-19 may work with their supervisors to make accommodations. All employees who are ill should stay at home, rest, recover and prevent the spread of germs.

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