Coronavirus Forces Multiple Iowa Colleges To Cancel Face-To-Face Classes
Now that WHO has declared this outbreak as a pandemic we will be seeing a lot of things happen. The University of Iowa said it will be suspending face-to-face instruction for two weeks following spring break to avoid the spread of coronavirus.
Following spring break, the university said students may stay home or return to their dorms, off-campus housing or another location. Dining halls and residence halls will remain open.
Iowa State University and University of Northern Iowa officials also announced Wednesday that the schools will suspend face-to-face instruction for two weeks following spring break due to coronavirus concerns.
Many other colleges are doing the same. Most students in Iowa colleges have received emails telling them more information about whether classes will be canceled or not. Most expecting a verdict by March 13th.
Multiple schools Nation wide have canceled face to face classes. A full list can be found here.