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Here are the San Antonio universities delaying spring classes due to coronavirus concerns

As winter break comes to an end for many college students, university leaders are monitoring COVID numbers.

SAN ANTONIO — KENS 5 reached out to several local and state universities to confirm which schools are delaying due to the coronavirus or carrying on with their spring schedule:

-Trinity University is delaying classes until January 31.

-St. Mary's University is delaying classes until January 24.

-Our Lady of the Lake University is starting on January 10, but all lecture classes will be held virtually through at least January 23.

-The University of Texas at San Antonio is starting as scheduled on January 18, but moving in-person classes virtual. Campus will remain open, and in-person classes are scheduled to return on February 7. More details here.

-Texas A&M University - San Antonio is starting as scheduled on January 10.

-University of the Incarnate Word is starting as scheduled on January 10, but lecture-based courses will be online-only for two weeks. Lab, studio and performance-based classes will be held in-person. 

-Texas State University is starting as scheduled on January 18, but moving classes online until January 30.

-Texas A&M University is continuing to monitor conditions.

-The Alamo Colleges District is continuing to monitor conditions.