CLEVELAND — Cleveland State University announced they will be moving spring break to January due to the coronavirus pandemic.
CSU President Harlan Sands sent a letter to students and staff that spring break will be moved from the middle of March to Jan. 9-16 and will be added on to winter break.
Spring semester classes will start on Jan. 16.
According to the letter, 44% of classes during the spring semester will be on-campus, the rest will remain virtual.
The university said in lieu of spring break, March 10 and April 8 have been designated reading days, and all scheduled classes on those days are canceled.
No changes will happen with the fall semester.
Winter commencement is scheduled to take place on Dec. 13.
CSU is the first college in Northeast Ohio to announce that they are moving their spring break to January.
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