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The University of New Brunswick announced Monday it will suspend all classes and events until Sept. 29, and will begin allowing students to take classes online.New Brunswick Public Schools spokesperson Chris Staggs says the suspension comes after several students complained about their grades.The university will not allow students to bring their grades into the classroom,…

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The University of New Brunswick announced Monday it will suspend all classes and events until Sept. 29, and will begin allowing students to take classes online.

New Brunswick Public Schools spokesperson Chris Staggs says the suspension comes after several students complained about their grades.

The university will not allow students to bring their grades into the classroom, and all students will have to leave classes before 10 a.m.

The Rutgers Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Monday to suspend classes and the university will have a “limited capacity to provide instructional and other support services” to students, Stagg said in a statement.

The suspension will begin on Sept. 24 and will be in effect for a period of two weeks.

Rutgers will also begin to allow students from the East Coast to come to the university in September.