(Updated at 5 p.m.) Arlington-based Marymount University, which has campuses in Ballston and at 2807 N. Glebe Road, is extending its spring break and temporarily nixing in-person classes due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The university announced today (Wednesday) that its spring break, currently underway, will be extended by two days. Then, on March 18, classes will resume online only.
“All lecture and lab courses will be delivered online-only from March 18 through March 29,” the university said on its website. “At this time, on-campus classes are expected to resume on March 30.”
“Marymount is closely monitoring the course of COVID-19,” the university added. “We are also participating in weekly discussions with the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area in order to jointly monitor coronavirus developments on campuses throughout the region.”
Due to concerns over the continued spread of COVID-19 (#Coronavirus), we have decided to extend Spring Break by two days and resume classes online-only on March 18. Click here for more info: https://t.co/XRmAvmOfIw pic.twitter.com/0Ag5SUlzxb
— Marymount University (@marymountu) March 11, 2020
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