Notre Dame Suspends In Person Classes for the Rest of Spring Semester

Mar 18, 2020

Credit Jennifer Weingart

  The University of Notre Dame has extended its suspension of in person classes through the end of the spring semester. 

In a letter to the campus community university President Father John Jenkins says the move stems from recommendations by the CDC. 

The university has not yet decided if graduation ceremonies will continue as planned. Jenkins says they may elect to postpone graduation to sometime in the summer.

 

Students will be notified on how they can return to campus to retrieve belongings from residence halls.