Mar 19, 2020 12:37 PM

Northwest Missouri State goes to all online classes for rest of year

Posted Mar 19, 2020 12:37 PM

By BRENT MARTIN

St. Joseph Post

Northwest Missouri State University will go to all online classes for the rest of the semester “out of an abundance of caution,” according to university officials.

Northwest has announced that instead of returning to the Maryville campus on Monday, students will attend classes online.

Northwest officials are talking with dorm residence about moving out. Northwest also will discuss with those students about refunds for unused meal plans as well as housing costs.

The Maryville campus remains open, but under limited operations.

Northwest is maintaining a website to provide updated information to students and faculty. You can access it by clicking here.

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List of recent closures and postponements in response to coronavirus

For a full and updated list of closures and postponements in response to the coronavirus, click here.  

Recent closures and postponements include:

Buchanan County Prosecuting Attorney Ron Holliday's Office

East Hills Mall

The St. Joseph School District will remain closed through April 3rd

Missouri Western State University and Northwest Missouri State University are moving to online and alternative methods for classes for the rest of the spring semester

The Apple Blossom BBQ is postponed until June 6th

All St. Joseph Public Libraries are closed