Effective Monday, March 16, all spring semester classes at Manhattanville will be taught remotely. In the interest of providing the safest possible learning environment remote instruction will remain in effect and we will not resume in-person classes for the remainder of the semester. During this time, there will be limited staff on campus and there may be a delay in response.
There are no reported cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) on our campus or in the college community. We are acting out of an abundance of caution in order to encourage the social distancing that authorities believe will be crucial to stopping the spread of COVID-19. This is a precautionary measure, not a reactive one, to do what we can to keep everyone in our community healthy. Students are encouraged to remain in frequent communication with faculty to ensure effective distance learning and to be aware of follow-up announcements as the semester progresses.
We are monitoring the situation, and adjusting our plans and policies, as this evolves. Please check email and the website for additional updates throughout the week. You can read about all of our policies and actions at https://www.mville.edu/covid-19-planning-information.