Colorado State University stops classes, shuts offices because of snow – The Denver Post

FORT COLLINS — Colorado State University plans to cancel its classes and close its offices Monday because of heavy snowstorms that have hit the area.

The 33,000-student university made the announcement Sunday. The National Weather Service reported Fort Collins received 14.2 inches of snow as of Sunday evening.

All face-to-face, hybrid and remote classes are canceled, while non-academic, remote events and meetings are proceeding online as scheduled, unless canceled by the organizer, the university said in an email.

The university added that all coronavirus saliva screening and nasal swab testing scheduled for Monday on the campus is canceled.

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