Boston College offered use of its currently unused residence halls to the City of Boston during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the city turned down the University’s offer.
The COVID-19 pandemic and BC’s move to online classes have put significant strain on BC’s finances, according to University President Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J.
BC’s Commencement is now canceled over concerns due to the COVID-19 outbreak and restrictions on social gatherings, according to an email sent to the Class of 2020.
By the time BC began its first day of online learning, two students found themselves taking a trip to UHS to get tested for the novel coronavirus.
In the four days following the announcement that Boston College would be moving online for the semester, seniors wrapped up their time on campus by cramming in final Mod parties and barbecues, watching the sunrise at the reservoir, and saying their final goodbyes to some of their classmates. One event that was absent from the…
BC has also now received 19 self-reported cases from students who are not on campus, according to Associate Vice President of University Communications Jack Dunn.
Ten Boston College students have self-reported cases of COVID-19, according to an update on the University’s coronavirus website on Saturday.