TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology announced Monday afternoon that it would continue remote instruction through the end of the spring academic quarter.
Robert A. Coons, president of Rose-Hulman released a statement Monday afternoon regarding the decision.
“Based on the newest information gathered over the past 72 hours, and with the health and safety of our entire community our primary concern, we have made the determination that an April 19 date to resume face-to-face instruction on campus no longer appears likely,” his statement read. “Therefore, these conditions require us to extend our remote instruction plans through the remainder of the spring academic quarter.”
Rose-Hulman leaders made the decision last week to go to remote instruction for several weeks as the coronavirus continued to spread.