NO SPRING SEMESTER: IU Cancels In-Person Classes Until Next Fall Due to COVID-19


BLOOMINGTON - Indiana University has decided to take it's spring break extension one step further.
IU announced that it will not hold an on campus class until next fall. IU President Michael McRobbie sent out a letter to students detailing that classes will take place online for the rest of the semester. 

McRobbie says that this decision was made with the health and safety of students in mind. 

No cases of the coronavirus at IU have been confirmed so far.