Our University remains open. We are here to support our students and campus community. It is important to remain calm and take direction and guidance from our local, regional, and national health authorities. This website will be regularly updated.
- Your spring break starts on Monday, March 16.
- Students will be on spring break for two weeks, and during that time, no classes will be held.
- On Monday, March 30, classes will resume using distance-based instruction.
- All campus locations will remain open and accessible.
Please plan for internet access and technology needs. The University has a limited number of chromebooks and tablets available to check out for free. Campus computer labs will remain open and regularly cleaned.
The University’s goal is to be fully ready to implement distance-based instruction on Monday, March 30.
The week of March 16-20 will be an inservice for faculty to prepare their delivery methods for implementation after spring break. Faculty are encouraged to be flexible and mindful of students who may face challenges or stress during this transition to remote instruction.
Effective immediately, March 25, 2020, all University employees, other than those who have been designated as essential, should work with their supervisor immediately to begin telecommuting if they have not already done so.
Our University Remains Open
Campus resources and student services will remain open and available through the end of the spring semester. We encourage all members of our campus community to reach out to have their questions answered and receive support. If you have additional questions, please call (208) 282-4636 (INFO).