Sacred Heart University cancels Tuesday classes, moves to online schedule for coming weeks

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Sacred Heart University canceled classes for Tuesday and is moving to a schedule of online classes in the coming weeks due to coronavirus concerns.

While there are no known cases of the virus in relation to Sacred Heart's campus, the school says it is making the decision in "an abundance of caution." Classes will be online from March 11 through March 29, except for clinical placements and labs.

 

In a release, school officials welcomed students to remain on campus, as residence and dining halls will stay open.

All major campus events through March 29 have also been canceled.

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