Did The Ohio State University help during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Yes!

RATING: +3
  1. Ohio State will provide a prorated refund of housing and dining costs to students who move out of university housing due to the coronavirus outbreak, University President Michael V. Drake said in an email to residence hall students Sunday (The Lantern)
  2. The Ohio State University suspended in person classes in early March to prevent spread of COVID-19. Lectures, discussion sections, seminars and other similar face-to-face classroom settings were replaced by virtual sessions (The Lantern)
  3. All employees who can do so were required to work from home. Across all campuses, only critical services were maintained on university property. These include law enforcement and public safety; hospitals and health services; child care; limited meal preparation and service; facility utilities; residential support; and others determined to be essential by the university (Ohio State University)
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