Indiana University moves to remote teaching for remainder of the semester
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- All Indiana University campuses, including IU South Bend, will extend spring break and move to remote teaching for the remainder of the semester.
The university says that spring break will be extended by one week to accommodate the change for teachers and staff.
Students will return to remote instruction beginning on Monday, March 30.
IU will require students to return to permanent residences or live off of campus for the remainder of the spring semester.
Exceptions include some international students or those without a permanent residence.
Students will receive instructions for retrieving needed items and an eventual full move-out.
The university has encouraged that all IU-affiliated events and gatherings be postponed or cancelled for the remainder of the semester.
IU President Michael McRobbie will release a decision on commencement ceremonies in the coming weeks.