Oswego, N.Y. - SUNY Oswego is suspending in-person instruction for two weeks as COVID-19 cases on campus continue to rise.
President Deborah Stanley says the school is taking "the proactive action" to switch to remote instruction starting tomorrow.
SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras was at to SUNY Oswego today to discuss the decision
Students are not being sent home, but will be required to limit their activity and only leave their residences for essentials like getting food or going to work.
Currently there are 130 active cases on campus.