According to WIVB, Villa Maria College has decided to move all classes to remote learning starting on Monday.

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There are three and a half weeks left in this semester, and Villa Maria is not taking any chances. "The safety of our students, faculty, and staff members is our paramount concern," said, President Dr. Matthew Giordano, according to WIVB.

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As always, the safety of our students, faculty, and staff members is our paramount concern, it is unfortunate that we have to make another switch to a fully online format, but we are ready. Students can be assured that they will continue to have a high-quality educational experience as they finish their fall semester. Students have already benefitted from some of the college's preparations, like our upgraded distance learning software and our tech lending program.

said, Dr. Giordano President of Villa Maria College. Credit WIVB

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I have been to Villa Maria College many times, I've performed there as a DJ and recently visited as a parent of a college student. Hassan A. Sanders Jr. just recently decided to transfer there. In my opinion, I think it's a good idea for the school to take precautions, as COVID-19 cases are on the rise here in Western New York.