Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles students here at Harvard are leaving campus for spring break this weekend, and they don't know when or if they'll return this spring. Students just got word this morning that they'll be transitioned fully toe online courses after the spring recess and asked to stay away from school to prevent further outbreak. The c O V i. D 19 the Corona virus. It's always it feels like it's like the end of the world, but it's like only here. Harvard's campus has been turned upside down as students prepare to move out a mandate the school sent out Tuesday morning. We got an email that said, You have until Sunday at five PM to pack up your entire dorm, and we're like, really left with a lot of unanswered questions. Um, I think that's like caused a lot of excitement. Mask Dahlia calls campus. More than 20,000 students attend the Cambridge University, and many of them depend on the campus for housing and food Are meal plan is entirely technically covered, or it was supposed to cover us until May, and now is Others are scrambling to make plans for where they'll stay and how they'll get home. Actually, missing my class this morning just because I was on the phone with my mom, my dad just going back and forth. It took about like I don't have to figure everything out. And for seniors, they're left with many other questions. Is this their final goodbye? After four years? Many of my friends are not from the area, so that's it's gonna be very difficult, uh, saying goodbye to them so quickly when way thought that we would have a little bit more time to spend together. Their number one hope is that they might get to graduate here in Harvard Yard. Maybe that will be a time where we can all come together and, like, really, truly get to say goodbye. But I think we're all being precautious and like doing all those farewells.