List of Mid-South schools closing or moving to online courses during coronavirus outbreak

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - A number of schools across the Mid-South have canceled classes or announced plans to move to online classes as fears mount over the coronavirus outbreak.

*This list will be updated as new information is made available.

PRIMARY SCHOOLS

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

Christian Brothers University -- Classes canceled Friday, March 13. Classes resume Wednesday, March 17 with remote learning until April 14.

Coahoma Community College -- Campus and off-site locations closed. Spring classes transition online beginning March 23.

Concorde Career College -- Classes suspended beginning March 16, online classwork begins March 23.

Delta Technical College -- Classes canceled through March 27. Online learning begins the week of March 30.

Dyersburg State Community College -- Dyersburg, Covington and Trenton locations closed, transitioning to online classes beginning March 23.

East Arkansas Community College -- On-campus classes suspended, transitioning to online or alternative methods.

Jackson State Community College -- Spring break extended for students through March 20. Classes move online beginning March 23.

LeMoyne-Owen College -- Campus is closed to the public effective March 18. Beginning Monday, March 30 courses will be conducted remotely. Large campus events are canceled.

Rhodes College -- In-person classes suspended and remote learning begins March 23. Campus remains open with limited services. Large gatherings, conferences and athletic competitions are canceled. Visitor access is limited.

Southwest Tennessee Community College -- Spring break extended until March 20. Classes transition to online March 23. All campuses are closed. All scheduled campus events and activities canceled, including annual commencement May 2 at FedExForum.

Tennessee Tech University -- Spring break extended through March 27. University offices will operate with regular hours, and faculty and staff will report to work as usual. Face-to-face instruction will transition to online classes and alternate delivery March 30. Students should check tntech.edu for updates. Campus housing will be available upon request. Many campus events are canceled.

Union University -- Classes move online March 16. Students will receive further instructions from faculty. Classes scheduled to end March 19 will meet the following week for final exams. Courses in the second accelerated term beginning March 30 will be online.

University of Memphis -- Spring break extended a week. Campus to remain open but students encouraged to go home. Classes resume March 23 with virtual or remote learning for the rest of the semester. Spring commencement ceremonies postponed until further notice.

UTHSC -- Online lectures begin March 23. Clinical rotations in hospitals continue as usual.

All eight Mississippi public universities -- Spring break extended a week. Campus to remain open but students encouraged to go home. Classes resume March 25 with online courses or other methods. (Includes Alcorn State University, Delta State University, Jackson State University, Mississippi State University, Mississippi University for Women, Mississippi Valley State University, the University of Mississippi and the University of Southern Mississippi.)

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