The university will monitor the possibility of offering some classes in-person later in the summer.
It is unclear whether online instruction will result in more faculty at risk of losing their jobs.
Students who want to stay in the dorms are required to fill out an application and be approved by Housing and Residence Life.
Student Senate, Faculty Senate and Graduate Student Senate all plan to continue to meet as in-person classes are suspended.
Pass/Fail grading options were addressed at the meeting.
The student was on a study abroad trip when they first contracted symptoms.
The university will reevaluate the budget at a later time.
The petition currently has close to 4,000 signatures.
The construction occurred outside of Nelson Commons.
An email was sent to all students notifying them of the closure.
Classes are still set to resume online on March 23.
Students must return to the U.S. by March 20.
The extension is to let instructors prepare curriculum for online classes.
Student organizations will not get SAC funding during the suspension.
The first three cases of the coronavirus in Ohio were confirmed on Monday.
The band was originally put on a cease and desist in October 2019.
The senior vice provost will take over Saturday, March 7.
Other than trips to Italy, all other summer travel programs are still scheduled.
With spring break on the horizon, the coronavirus is Senate's utmost concern.
A large majority of students don’t know what Student Senate does.