Maryland Colleges, American University To Go Online Because Of Coronavirus Concerns

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced that all Maryland colleges and universities is asking that student remain off campus for two weeks after spring break because of coronavirus concerns.  All state universities and colleges are preparing to hold classes online.  The campuses will remain open during that time.

American University will also  temporarily hold classes online after spring break as coronavirus cases spread in the DC metro.  Spring break will be extended through March 17.  Online class change are scheduled to go into effect March 18th through April 3rd.  The campus will remain open for students who cannot got home.


Towson University in Baltimore County has cancelled classes this week and is planning online classes for after spring break.