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DENVER (KDVR) — A number of Colorado colleges and universities have adjusted teaching plans due to concerns about the coronavirus.

Several colleges have implemented virtual learning programs in which students take classes online instead of in person.

Below is a list of colleges planning to switch to virtual learning programs:

Adams State University

Colorado Christian University

Colorado College

Colorado Mesa University

Colorado Mountain College

Colorado School of Mines

Colorado State University (Fort Collins and Pueblo campuses)

Fort Lewis College

Front Range Community College

Johnson and Wales University Denver

Metropolitan State University of Denver

Regis University

University of Colorado Boulder

University of Colorado Colorado Springs

University of Colorado Denver

University of Denver

University of Northern Colorado