In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, The College of St. Scholastica, beginning on March 23, is offering all classes in a virtual format.

The college intends to continue the alternative delivery methods until at least April 8.

St. Scholastica will switch to delivery of classes online, she said, and provide alternative delivery methods for specific classes that require it. This includes courses at all St. Scholastica sites.

During this period of time, students will not stay in on-campus housing, except for those who receive exemptions from residential life staff.

St. Scholastica’s leadership will continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation in considering whether and when in-person instruction resumes.

Meanwhile, campuses and sites will continue operations during the extended spring break. Non-essential employees will be encouraged to work from home.

All upcoming College-sponsored international travel has been suspended through the end of the semester and college-sponsored domestic travel is limited to business-critical trips.

Updates will be available at

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