LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — USC announced Wednesday night that most fall term classes for undergraduate students would be conducted online and on-campus housing and activities would be limited due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The university said the move came due to ever-changing public health guidelines and the fact that Los Angeles County had yet to approve the school’s plans to return to full campus operations.

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“The once-in-a-century COVID-19 pandemic has altered every aspect of our lives – the way we interact, work, and socialize – and with each new permutation of the pandemic, we must find ways to thrive,” the university said in a statement. “The fall semester will be a completely new and different experience.”

Citing Gov. Newsom’s Wednesday order prohibiting a number of indoor activities and the recent spike in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in L.A. County, the university said students living on or near campus to reconsider their living arrangements.

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“We are continuing with limited in-person, on-campus activity because we believe we can keep students, researchers, staff, and faculty safe with our low-density plan,” the statement said.

The university said it would reach out to students involving specific course schedules and was giving those with on-campus housing contracts additional time to make a final decision.

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More information on the university’s plans for fall can be found on its website.