Northern Arizona University has decided to transition classes online for at least two weeks. The school made the decision this afternoon in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Officials say after two weeks, the school will re-evaluate and provide direction for the remainder of the semester. Additional information will be provided in the coming days, including specific instructions for faculty, staff and students. Campus operations will remain open and operational and NAU employees will still continue to work. NAU officials request that all students and faculty currently in programs overseas to immediately return to the United States. Coconino Community College has also decided to move classes online for at least two weeks. NAU’s decision comes a day after Arizona State and the University of Arizona decided to move to online work for two weeks. For more information and coronavirus updates at NAU, log onto nau.edu/coronavirus.