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March 13, 2020 LA GRANDE, Ore. – This morning, Eastern Oregon University reviewed the most recent directives from the Governor and met with student health, county public health and county emergency services to ensure campus plans align with the best guidance from these regional authorities.
Out of an abundance of caution and increased concerns about exposure to the illness, EOU is making further accommodations for remote instruction and final exams.
Effective Saturday, March 14, EOU will move to a plan that maintains the essential operations of the university, and works to decrease the number of interactions among students, faculty, staff and visitors, including the following:
Eastern Oregon University is open and plans to remain open and operational. University leadership is focused on decreasing the transmission of COVID-19 in our communities and protecting the health of EOU students and employees while ensuring students can continue their academic progress.
EOU leadership is continually evaluating the situation. Social distancing guidelines and any other adjustments will be communicated as quickly as possible. EOU continues to stay in close contact with other Oregon universities, the Governor’s Office, the Oregon Health Authority and the Higher Education Coordinating Commission. Please continue to monitor eou.edu/coronavirus for updates and new information.
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