Students registered to live in Williams Hall are being relocated to other living assignments on campus as Boston College converts the residence hall into first-year housing.
Move-in day for Boston College students will be pushed back a day to August 24 and Welcome Week will be shortened to four days for incoming freshmen, according to Greg Jones, residential life’s director of housing operations. Additionally, students who want to move in early will have to pay a fee.
The process ran through a familiar pattern to past years, with the Mods filling up early on in the process. For the third straight year, 2150 Commonwealth Ave. was the slowest—and final—dorm to fill up.
“It is important that BC represents all student demographics in leadership roles on campus—an increase in RAs that identify as students of color presents a solid foundation to ensure that residents find their dorms comfortable and inclusive homes for the year.”
Even in a CoRo triple, the room’s occupants didn’t feel whole until they brought home their betta fish, Grandmaster Splash.
It’s unclear how many of the spaces will be filled after the housing freeze is lifted and students are allowed to move.
With the construction of 2150 Comm Ave, BC adds green to its usual maroon and gold motif.