Coronavirus Fears Prompt Angelo State University to Move All Classes Online


SAN ANGELO, TX – Angelo State University President Brian J. May has announced that on Monday the university will move all classes online for the remainder of the spring semester.

Angelo State University has issued the following release: 

This decision has been made out of continued concern for the health and safety of our faculty, staff and students. Currently, there are no known cases of COVID-19 at Angelo State University.

The university encourages residential students to remain at home if possible. For those students who are unable to travel home, all other campus services will remain open (i.e. dining, library, computer labs, Shannon Clinic-Jackson, Counseling Services), operating under normal business hours as posted on their webpages.

Faculty and staff should report to work on Monday, March 23.

Please monitor for up-to-date information.

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