LANSING, Mich. — In accordance with Governor Whitmer’s emergency declaration and protocols set by Michigan State University, as of Thursday, March 12, all College of Music public events have been suspended through the remainder of the spring semester.
On March 11, the state announced confirmed COVID-19 cases in Michigan and advised against public gatherings of 100 or more people. MSU announced the suspension of face-to-face instruction and moved to virtual instruction until April 20. These actions and precautionary measures directly impact our event schedule. A suspension of our remaining events this semester is necessary because the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and the entire MSU community comes first.
Certain suspended events are being evaluated to determine if they can be rescheduled next academic year. College leadership is working with students and faculty to help ensure remaining academic requirements will be fulfilled this semester.
The statewide response to COVID-19 is ongoing and changing rapidly. For the latest information from MSU, go to https://msu.edu/coronavirus/ [msu.edu]. Updates from the MSU College of Music will be posted at http://www.music.msu.edu/ [music.msu.edu].
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