Ball State suspends in-person classes for rest of semester
MUNCIE, Ind. - Ball State University announced on Wednesday that in-person classes will be replaced with online instruction and alternative learning options for the remainder of the semester.
The move comes after all campuses in the Indiana University system and Notre Dame announced that they will suspend in-person classes for two weeks following spring break.
All university-sponsored events (between March 16 and April 30) that exceed a capacity of 100 people will also be suspended, the university said.
No changes have been made in terms of commencement ceremonies.