Officials at SUNY Cortland say classes are being paused for two weeks after a spike in coronavirus cases.
The campus now has 101 active cases, which is above the 100 case threshold required to shut down any SUNY campus.
They will move to online learning for the next two weeks.
Officials noted that a vast majority of the cases are off-campus students, who commute to the school each day — either locally or from a distance away.
The school will keep essential services open on-campus.
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