Bryant University announced that is switching to online classes until the end of the month

From Tuesday, March 17, through Friday, March 27, all campus classrooms will be closed and the university will move to a schedule of online classes.

Bryant also wants all students, faculty, and staff who have been to Italy, Iran, China (including Hong Kong and Macau), South Korea, and Japan to stay home for two weeks before returning to campus. Upon their return, they are required to check in with Health Services.

Custodians have been disinfecting surfaces on a daily and nightly basis, using a clean cloth and disinfectant solution created for this purpose.

The sold-out 2020 Bryant University Women’s Summit has been postponed, according to Director Kati Machtley. It was originally set for March 13 and approximately 1,100 people planned to attend.