UCF Classes Moving Online Until March 27: Students Asked Not to Return to Campus

Monday, March 16, 2020 midnight to Friday, March 27 at 11:45 p.m.

The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to rapidly evolve. While no cases have been reported at the university, UCF will move to remote instruction effective Monday, March 16, to minimize health and safety risks to the UCF community, especially as students and faculty prepare to return from Spring Break. Remote instruction will continue for at least two weeks. Fourteen days is the period in which secondary transmission to others is thought to be highest, and UCF advises against any additional travel during this time.

Because courses are being moved online, students should not to come back to campus for the next two weeks. Students should stay at or return to their permanent residences. Residence halls will remain open for residents who do not have an alternative place to stay, and certain campus services may not be available.

All UCF campuses will remain open for employees, who are expected to continue working. Student employees should contact their supervisors for guidance.

For the latest updates and FAQs, visit ucf.edu/safety/coronavirus

Additional information is also available at www.ucf.edu/news/coronavirus-awareness-and-guidance/

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