(Cleveland) - Students at Cleveland State University will have all remote classes after Thanksgiving break, that according to an email sent out to faculty members over the weekend.
Cleveland.com reported that the email came from the interim dean of CSU's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and said a public campus-wide message would be released on Monday.
The email said that classes would continue as they have been until Thanksgiving break, unless Governor Mike DeWine says otherwise.
CSU will also have remote final exams.
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