On Thursday, the university extended remote learning until at least Sept. 14 and elevated the campus alert level to red Status 4-Warning on its five-tiered system. This means contact tracing is not able to reliably identify affected individuals. The next status would call for all students to vacate campus.
The campus status has been elevated to 4-RED-Warning. All undergraduate classes will be held remotely at least through Sept. 14. Additional safety measures can be reviewed at https://t.co/Jr7RdlxpZm.
Also Thursday, new safety measures were implemented, including moving all campus dining to “grab-and-go” and asking that students remain on campus except for approved educational reasons, outside employment or for essentials like grocery shopping.
Jen Roppel Balduf covers breaking news for the Dayton Daily News. She earned a bachelor of science in journalism degree from Ohio University and also writes for the Journal-News, Springfield News-Sun and Dayton.com.