Texas A&M Commerce suspending in-person classes, transitioning to online instruction

COMMERCE, Tex. (KXII) - Texas A&M University-Commerce has announced it will be suspending all face-to-face classes effective immediately.

Classes will begin transitioning to online instruction until further notice at all A&M-Commerce locations.

According to a statement released by University President Mark Rudin, all campuses and university services will remain open. Those services include residence halls, library services, dining services, and health services.

While the campus remains open, all events and conferences are canceled.

The statement says the Children's Learning Center will also suspend operations.

For information on how to access online courses, visit the Texas A&M University-Commerce website.