In order to protect students, faculty and staff from the coronavirus Lincoln University in Missouri has decided to extend their spring break and extra week.
The university issued a press release on Wednesday stating the following:
With the ongoing and growing crisis of COVID-19, Lincoln University will extend Spring Break for students through March 20. The residence halls will be closed through the week. Students with purchased travel arrangements should contact their provider regarding the change in plans.
This extension will allow the university time for additional deep cleaning and to prepare alternative course delivery, if necessary. Faculty and staff will have regular business hours during the week of March 16.
Students, faculty and staff are asked to continue to monitor campus email for further updates.
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