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K-State adds name to the list of universities suspending classes

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Posted at 7:42 AM, Mar 12, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-12 08:42:28-04

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas State University is the latest school to announce they are suspending in-person classes amid COVID-19 fears.

The university announced they will suspend in-person classes from March 16 to 20. After spring break ,the classes will resume remotely, beginning on March 23.

Despite classes changing, the campuses will remain open to serve students' essential needs.

However, it is recommended that students travel home for the period of remote classes.

The university will monitor the spread of the virus and issue instructions for the rest of the semester as needed.

The University of Missouri and University of Kansas announced similar policies Wednesday.