LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — In a letter to students the President of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Marta Meana informed students that as of March 23 they will move toward remote/virtual classes amid concerns of coronavirus.
Students will start virtual classes beginning Monday, March 23, immediately following spring break.
The letter also stated that all normal university operations will continue, the campuses will be open, and students who live I our residence halls will be able to remain there.
” Details will follow regarding university events, business operations, remote instruction, and residence halls. The transition to remote instruction can result in unexpected impacts and complications for every member of our university community, and we need to be patient, flexible, and support each other during this challenging time. “Marta Meana, Ph.D, President of UNLV