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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Coronavirus: USC extends distance learning by two weeks

LOS ANGELES – USC, which previously announced it would start the spring semester with a week of remote classes due to rising COVID-19 cases locally, extended the distance learning period for a second week on Friday, January 7 .

Distance classes will begin January 10, and were originally scheduled to return to individual instruction on Tuesday, January 18, following Martin Luther King Jr.’s holiday. But USC Provost Charles F. Zukowski and Chief Health Officer Dr. Sarah Van Orman wrote in a campuswide message on Friday that in-person instruction would not begin until January 24.

“This allows students – particularly those who may need extra time to coordinate travel – to take advantage of the upcoming three-day Martin Luther King holiday weekend,” he wrote. “While university housing remains open to those who need it, students are encouraged to consider delaying their return to campus, during the two-week period of distance learning.

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