Winona State University extends spring break, classes will switch to online format

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WINONA, Minn. (WKBT) – Winona State University (WSU) joins the list of secondary education institutions that are extending their spring break and switching to an online format for classes.

According to a statement on their website, school officials confirm that classes will not be held March 16-22 but will resume on Monday, March 23, using an alternate online format that will be relayed to students via their instructor. The university also suspended all university-related travel outside Minnesota for faculty, staff, and students.

WSU will continue to provide the latest information in regards to their actions to respond to the spread of COVID-19/coronavirus on their website here.