OU has developed groups to help prepare for different scenarios.
The board did not ratify agreements between OU and a union.
From Save OUr Profs to OU-AAUP, grassroots have been made digital.
Professors are vocal about the recent non-renewal of faculty contracts in addition to cuts regarding custodial positions.
These are primarily custodial and maintenance and grounds employees.
There will be a 2% tuition increase for HCOM next year, though.
The program is no longer being offered due to budget cuts.
Ohio University lost over $18 million in revenue just from refunding housing, dining and parking passes.
The university said it hoped to provide remote work to all interested student employees.
Shively Hall will remain open, but the dining hall will be closed for the next academic year.
The closure comes after the dining hall had $1.8 million of renovations over the summer of 2018.
Details of the program have yet to be announced.
The ACTION OU ticket was found to be offering appointments in exchange for ticket support.
Graduate students have the option of a new grading system to help with their GPAs.
Construction is considered essential by the governor’s official stay-at-home order.
154 students are still living in on-campus housing were asked to moved into Tanaka and Luchs halls.
After summer abroad trips have already been canceled, many students are now finding out their internships have been canceled as well.
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His teaching has been suspended but his salary of over $100,000 will not be changed.
The university will monitor the possibility of offering some classes in-person later in the summer.