NCCU Law Will Not Extend Spring Break

Posted on Friday, March 13, 2020

The School of Law will not be extending spring break in order to meet our ABA requirements regarding class meeting hours.

We are genuinely concerned about everyone’s health and well-being. As the law school prepares to transition from live classes to virtual classes, please be assured that the school is more than equipped and ready to operate in a virtual environment. Since 2010, the law school has provided the capability of virtual classes through telepresence and HD videoconferencing. Our current application for virtual classes is being provided by Zoom.

Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus: COVID-19, the law building will undergo a sanitizing process today and tomorrow. The law school will remain open from 8:00am-5:00pm daily but with a limited presence other than security.  Entry into the building is thru the front door only by card access.

Classes Resuming on Monday, March 16th

Our team is here to serve and assist in keeping all of you safe and productive during this pandemic.  Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns regarding these matters.  Additional information about departmental access and services will be forthcoming.

Sincerely,
Greg Clinton
Director of Information Technology &
Facility Management
North Carolina Central University
School of Law
640 Nelson Street
Durham, North Carolina 27707
919.530.7174 (voice)
919.530.6339 (fax)
gclinton@nccu.edu (e-mail)