Bryan School COVID-19 update: What’s canceled, what’s not

Posted on March 17, 2020

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The Bryan School, like all organizations, is adjusting to the changes recommended to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Offices across campus are assessing changes to programs and other activities based on guidance related to Coronavirus concerns. We will continue to monitor the situation and make fact-based decisions about our operations.


We plan to proceed with the following, which have been moved online:

  • GMAT Prep Course

This week’s class has been canceled, but beginning next week GMAT prep classes will be offered online. Visit our site for registration details.

  • Online Graduate Program Information Sessions

Considering graduate school? Take part in an online information session!

  • Employment Opportunities

Employers continue to post open full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities on Handshake. Visit often for the latest opportunities!


The following events have been canceled:

  • What Problems Will You Solve? (April 17)

Innovation and Education conversation with Jaime Casap from Google (originally scheduled for Friday, April 17). We hope to reschedule this event for the 2020–21 academic year.

  • Alumni Road Shows – Burlington and RDU (April 29, 30)
  • Baseball Spartan Spot (April 2020)

Stay well, Spartans – we hope to see you at future events!


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