REDDING, Calif. – Shasta College placed signs at the main entrance letting students know that campus is closed.
For at least the next two days, Shasta College is suspending face-to-face classes.
The school is also closing campus in Trinity, Tehama, Downtown Redding, and Intermountain Campus.
“With a dynamic situation like this and throughout the country we see we difference guidance coming from different state governors for schools,” said Dr. Joe Wyse, Shasta College Superintendent President.
“If people were are at risk they would be able to take their own precautions,” said Aimee Kirk, a student at Shasta College.
“If people still wash their hands they should still be able to go to school.”
Classes will resume online on March 28. Shasta College says it anticipates finishing the spring semester online. The college is urging students to not cancel or drop any classes during this transition period.