2020 OSU goes virtual for most of spring and summer 2020

Oklahoma State University moved all classes online in March 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly spread. 

To keep students, faculty, community and family members safe, OSU announced its decision to hold virtual classes for two weeks after spring break ended. Residence halls and dining facilities remained open to serve students staying on campus. 

As more information on COVID-19 was released, OSU continued to remain online for the remainder of the semester, providing timely communication and services to students, from physical and mental health resources to flexibility and clarity regarding the shift to virtual instruction, reminding students, faculty and staff that the Cowboy family looks after one another.