Notre Dame suspending in-person classes through April 13

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WEHT)- The University of Notre Dame has announced it will suspend all in-person classes between March 23 and April 13 and replace them with online learning as part of its coronavirus response.

The university will also cancel all classes the week of March 15 as professors transition to online learning. Students are “strongly encouraged” to stay or return home rather than return to campus after spring break. Only students with permission from the university will be allowed to stay on campus.

The university says it will decide by April 3 whether to return to in-person classes past April 13 or continue with online learning. A study abroad programs are also suspended and any students and US-based faculty and staff are returning to the US. Currently, the university says there are no reported cases on campus.

Right now, there are not any confirmed cases of coronavirus in our Tri-State area.

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(This story was originally published on March 11, 2020)

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