To reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S., SMU will move all in-person classes online for the rest of the semester.
SMU faculty and staff are gathering signatures for a letter to President Turner requesting to work remotely.
SMU transitions all classes online until April 6.
To combat spreading the virus, SMU must extend spring break, cancel large gatherings, and temporarily transition online.
Dallas Community Remembers 9/11
Students, faculty and staff gathered Monday to remember the lives lost in the New Zealand massacre.
Vigil to be held Monday, March 25 for the victims of New Zealand terror attacks
SMU responds after several universities across the country are involved in an admissions scandal. Plus, students react to the New Zealand terrorist attack.
Human Rights office finds photos of SMU students in blackface.
The structural changes and staff layoffs due to the Operational Excellence for the 2nd Century (OE2C) Organization Design Initiative were completed this week, SMU President R. Gerald Turner announced in … Read More