University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students have shown resiliency and care for one another in the unprecedented times brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. On Monday students finished moving out of the campus residence halls. Because face-to-face instruction is suspended for the remainder of the spring semester and spring interim, students will resume classes through alternative delivery methods beginning March 30.
It also was announced Monday that vacated residence halls on the Oshkosh campus are being prepped to potentially house coronavirus patients in the event local hospitals reach capacity. More than a hundred people from the UWO community, the majority of them students, volunteered to help these efforts.
Click the image below for more photos from Monday’s move-out.
For more information on how coronavirus concerns are impacting UWO, visit uwosh.edu/coronavirus.