KALAMAZOO, MI — Online classes at Kalamazoo Valley Community College are set to resume this week following a cyberattack at the college.
Online classes and the online portion of hybrid classes will resume on Tuesday, May 24, KVCC said in an update to its Twitter.
“Thanks to the dedicated work of our information technology team and others, we are pleased to report that we are making progress in our restoration efforts,” the college said.
Related: Apparent cyberattack suspends KVCC online classes
KVCC, which has campuses in downtown Kalamazoo and Texas Township, said it suffered a “security incident” on May 16. Ongoing online classes have been suspended while officials work to restore the situation.
Additionally, the start of the 12-week second semester of summer school previously scheduled for Monday May 23 has been postponed to May 31, KVCC said on Facebook.
“Throughout this situation, the security of personal information has been a top priority,” the college said. “We understand the concerns our students and staff may have regarding this incident. Everyone should continue to use best practices and be vigilant about protecting personal information.
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