UW-Madison suspends in-person classes for remainder of semester

UW-Madison will end in-person classes through the end of the semester.

The university will shift to alternate delivery of courses from March 23 through the end of the spring semester, including final exams.

Students will receive information about instruction as plans are completed.

Chancellor Rebecca Blank posted an updated todayto the university's website:

In addition, we advise those who have opted to travel away from Madison for Spring Break to carefully consider whether they need to return to Madison or can continue the semester from their permanent residence.

Students in residence halls who cannot return home or who are unable to access alternative course delivery from elsewhere may remain in the residence halls.

Limited dining services will continue to be open. (Residents will be receiving a follow up message from University Housing shortly.)

All units were asked to move all possible employees into teleworking this past Monday, March 16.

To read more go to WKOW https://wkow.com/2020/03/17/uw-madison-suspends-in-person-classes-for-remainder-of-semester/

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