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MALTA – Kishwaukee College has canceled all in-person instruction and on-campus events until further notice to prevent further spread of COVID-19.
According to the college's COVID-19 updates on its website, no in-person class meetings or in-person laboratory, clinicals, studio or shop-based sessions will be held through May 19. All instruction will be delivered online or through alternative formats to the maximum extent possible, the post states.
According to a Thursday morning news release, the following programs have been canceled.
High school equivalency courses this spring with free tuition are canceled. A juried art gallery for high school art exhibits scheduled for the spring has also been canceled, along with a Kishwaukee book club series.
Information sessions for summer 2020 short-term training programs at Kishwaukee College are also canceled.
There will be no in-person services for students or the community available on campus at this time, everything will be remote as much as possible.
The college previously announced it would extend spring break and move most courses to an alternative instruction platform, meaning as little in-person instruction as possible.
Due to the rapidly changing news cycle, this story could be updated.
This article has been corrected to state that no in-person services for students or the community are available on campus at this time.