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HARRISBURG, Pa. – Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education announced additional measures Monday to further its commitment to the safety of everyone involved in Pennsylvania's public higher education system.
The measures include:
“For our students and employees across the State System, their best source of information is their own university, which has the most up-to-date details about class and campus operations, housing, and all university activities," Chancellor Daniel Greenstein said. “Information changes rapidly, so I encourage everyone to monitor their own university's announcements closely."
Greenstein announced Friday that all 14 state-owned universities would suspend in-person instruction for at least two weeks starting Monday, March 16 in order to limit social interactions to help control the spread of the coronavirus.
Universities are working diligently to provide students and their families with timely information so everyone has access to the latest information. To the extent possible, they are responding to individual emails, but are also including answers in broader communications.
For links to the most accurate and up-to-date information on the impact of the coronavirus at System universities, go to: www.passhe.edu/coronavirus.
Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education oversees 14 four-year public universities educating more than 95,000 students. The State System offers more than 2,300 degrees and certificates in more than 530 academic areas. The State System universities are Bloomsburg, California, Cheyney, Clarion, East Stroudsburg, Edinboro, Indiana, Kutztown, Lock Haven, Mansfield, Millersville, Shippensburg, Slippery Rock and West Chester Universities of Pennsylvania.