Olivet suspends Spring 2020 semester in wake of COVID-19, move to online curriculum


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Olivet Nazarene University announced today beginning March 23, 2020, students will shift to an online learning curriculum in wake of COVID-19.  All on ground Spring 2020 classes have been suspended until March 23rd, when classes will be offered online.

“In the coming days, professors and instructors will begin relaying instructions for coursework and assignments. In an effort to allow the entire community to make this transition as seamlessly as possible, we are asking students to refrain from emailing professors before receiving their course plan from individual instructors.”

Dr. Bowling plans to address the campus community (via video) later today. 

Read the official statement here.



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