PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Several area colleges are canceling or suspending classes due to coronavirus concerns. See the list below for the latest:

Bucks County Community College: All five locations will be closed from March 14 through March 22 for deep cleaning.

Gwynedd Mercy University: The university will be closing all campuses through March 31.

Kutztown University: Classes suspended and residence halls closed through Saturday, March 21. Classes will resume Monday, March 23.

La Salle University: La Salle is canceling face-to-face courses on campus for one week, from Monday, March 23 – Friday, March 27. University courses will resume through remote learning from Monday, March 30 – Friday, April 3. Face-to-face instruction on campus will resume no earlier than Monday, April 6.

Lehigh University: Classes will be taught remotely beginning Monday, March 16, and students are expected to return, or remain, home to continue their coursework for the next two weeks.

Lock Haven University: The school has temporarily suspended face-to face instruction for the week following spring break. Courses will be held online for the week of Monday, March 23.

Manor College: The campus will be closed Thursday and Friday. The college will be moving all classes to 100% online starting on Monday, March 16 and going until March 27.

Muhlenberg College: In-person classes will be offered on campus through Friday, March 13. Alternate modes of instruction will be offered for all courses, beginning March 18 and will continue through April 13.

Penn State University: All Penn State classes to take place remotely beginning Monday, March 16.

St. Joseph’s University: All SJU classes will be delivered virtually, starting on March 19.

Temple University: Temple will begin online courses on Monday, March 16, through the end of the semester. The last day of in-person instruction will be this Friday. Students are advised to vacate Temple housing as soon as possible but no later than Saturday, March 21 by 5 p.m.

Thomas Jefferson University: Following spring break, all classes will be held online.

University of Delaware: Classes are suspended Thursday and Friday as spring break will now begin on Saturday, March 14. Classes will then begin online on Monday, March 23, until further notice.

University of Pennsylvania: In-person classes will be canceled and plans to migrate all classroom teaching to virtual instruction for both undergraduate and graduate classes beginning Monday, March 23rd.

Villanova University:  Classes will remain online and all on-campus events are canceled for the spring semester.