ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Saint Rose college has announced it will be switching to remote learning from Tuesday, November 17. All of the semester’s in-person activities and athletic activities will also end on Tuesday.
Despite the closure, residence halls will remain open; though the college’s dining services will move to take-out only.
Saint Rose had initially planned to go all-remote following the Thanksgiving break, but decided to transition to remote learning early “To protect all members of their campus community — students, faculty and staff.”
The college has no classes on November 16, in observance of Veterans’ Day.
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