Because of an ongoing problem with network connectivity at Three Rivers College every class that Southeast Missouri State offers at the campus will be cancelled for the next couple of weeks. University officials say this is at the Poplar Bluff delivery site only. Officials also say that ITV links to courses will continue to be sent out to students through their email. Southeast students will have the option of attending alternate versions of ITV courses they are currently enrolled in at the Kennett, Sikeston, or the main campus in Cape Girardeau. In addition all Southeast Missouri State Campuses are scheduled to be on spring break from March 16 through the 20th, so classes will also not be in session during this time either at the Three Rivers campus. Officials say the college was investigating with a third party computer specialist to determine the full nature and scope of the event. Officials say the department of communications has turned over the matter to their federal partners. School officials say there is currently no evidence that proves there was actual or attempted misuse of personal information when the event happened. School officials are currently taking steps to restore systems that are down and are currently investigating the problem.