In the 24 hours following Wednesday’s announcement, BC students become frustrated with the University as they attempt to navigate travel and storage plans.
BC is providing partial refunds on meal plans and room and board, but many decisions in areas such as student outreach and academics have not been made
Despite the recent surge in customers, stores are worried about the impact the University’s move-out policy will have on business.
The Office of International Programs (OIP) announced that it would be suspending all its Spring 2020 programs in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
On a Google Sheet and Form, the BC community responds to students’ request for assistance with logistics in light BC’s closure of the residential halls.
LGBTQ+ Student Outreach and Support has reached out to LGBTQ+ students to offer support as the University requires students to move out.
“We are diligently working on how you will be able to meet the objectives of the clinical courses regarding attending clinical,” Simonelli said in an email to all nursing students. “Your clinical faculty are expecting you.”
Applied psychology practicums and pre-practicums—on-the-job education classes for Lynch School of Education and Human Development students—for elementary and secondary education will be suspended for the rest of the semester.