Southeastern University to transfer all in-person classes to remote instruction
HAMMOND - Southeastern University has announced that though there are no known cases of COVID-19 on campus, beginning Wednesday, March 18, the University will transition all in-person classes to remote instruction until further notice.
The move is an effort to limit the amount of people gathering in large groups as a way of limiting the spread of coronavirus.
The university says other than this adjustment campus operations will continue as usual and employees are still expected to report to work.
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