Campus officials with the University of Oklahoma announced Wednesday that courses will remain online for the remainder of the spring semester following the extended spring break.

In an update on the university’s response to coronavirus (COVID-19) UCO said the alternative delivery of instruction will continue beginning March 28.  

The alert also stated the university will have 200 hotspots and 200 laptops available for students to check out and use for educational purposes for the remainder of the semester.

Campus dinging is confined to Ayers Kitchen with to-go options only and students who wish to remain in campus housing are permitted to do so.