March 12, 2020 / Vincennes University’s latest update on Coronavirus
VINCENNES, Ind. - Vincennes University continues to monitor the
rapidly changing situation involving the coronavirus. In this
morning’s VU Executive Team meeting, it was decided that
VU will extend spring break for all VU students at all sites
including online until Sunday, March 22. Residence halls will
remain closed next week and classes will not be
held.Residence halls will reopen at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, March
22. Tecumseh Dining Center will reopen at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, March
22. (All times EDT.)
THE FOLLOWING IMMEDIATE ACTIONS HAVE BEEN TAKEN:
● Classes are being moved online or to alternative delivery
modes. Classes will resume on March 23 and will continue in online
or alternative delivery formats until further notice. Information
about course delivery changes will be communicated with VU students
in the near future.
● Faculty and staff are expected to report next week as
usual at all VU sites until further notice. VU is continually
monitoring conditions at each VU location and will be making
site-specific decisions on an ongoing basis. VU’s faculty and staff
are to remain home if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness.
Please contact VU’s Office of Human Resources if you have
questions regarding sick leave.
Please continue to practice good health habits and follow VU
coronavirus announcements and updates at: https://www.vinu.edu/coronavirus-updates
Thanks to everyone for helping to keep our communities safe and
healthy during these evolving conditions. Vincennes University will
continue to follow the recommendations of the Indiana State Department of
Health (ISDH) and Centers
for Disease Control (CDC) with respect to the coronavirus.