OPB has the news here:
Oregon State University announced Tuesday that it will move most fall classes online.
President F. King Alexander wrote in a letter to faculty and staff that more than 90% of courses will be offered remotely to “limit the density of activity on-campus and help minimize the possible spread of COVID-19 among students and employees.”
From Alexander’s email:
Choice: To the greatest extent practicable, we are providing students with the ability to decide the location that works best for them to pursue their OSU studies. If a student feels safest living at home or off-campus and taking OSU courses remotely, almost all of our instruction will support that choice. If they choose to live on campus while they pursue their studies (mostly remotely and online), they are welcome at OSU.
Easy for OSU to do, since they didn’t sell a shit-load of bonds to finance Uncle Phil’s Track & Field Championships Athlete Village, and now need students to live on campus to pay his mortgage.