AIKEN, S.C. (WJBF) – USC Aiken is reportedly transitioning to remote instruction later this month, as a precaution due to the threat of the coronavirus.
Read the full release below:
The University of South Carolina Aiken continues to monitor the scope and impact of COVID-19.
As a precaution, USC Aiken will transition from face-to-face instruction to remote instruction for the period of March 23 – April 5.
The university will remain open during this period, and student services — including housing and dining — will be available.
For updates, go to www.usca.edu.
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