Two more Vermont colleges have joined the growing list of institutions of higher education to announce they will be cancelling onsite classes and offering remote learning for the foreseeable future.
"Vermont Law School is closing its South Royalton campus to students from March 16 "until at least March 30," according to a statement on the college's website. Beginning March 18, all classes will be taught online. "After consultation with other schools and state experts, we need to take steps as a community to help limit the spread of the coronavirus," the statement says. "Our best opportunity to do so is to reduce the density of our population on our campus, thereby decreasing the risk of community spread." St. Michael's students will get two extra days of spring break, which is set to begin March 16. Classes will resume online on March 25 and run until at least April 13, according to a statement posted by President Lorraine Sterritt on Wednesday evening."
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