Students can contact the university's COVID-19 information page for more details.
It started with the cancellation of spring break study overseas trips to Italy and London, England, and having spring break extended until March 29.
Twenty Boston College students have tested positive for coronavirus - the vast majority of whom had returned from traveling overseas, according to the college's president, William P. Leahy.
¯ Prohibiting public access to all campus facilities.
CNC offers an inter-session semester that starts the second week of May and continues through to the end of July, but the college has yet to confirm whether it will indeed offer classes for the summer term.
"Eighty-six percent of JCC's workforce is working from home", added DeMarte. I am grateful for the many ways students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni, and friends have helped Boston College in recent days through words and deeds; and I count on that in the future as well.
To offset some of these impacts, the Clackamas Community College Foundation has created a COVID-19 Relief Fund with the goal of raising $200,000 for students and programs impacted by the new coronavirus.
"We are operating during a time of uncertainty in our nation and world", said DeMarte.
Thompson said faculty members have been innovative working with CNC's Centre for Teaching and Learning to find the right alternative delivery teaching tools to get through to their students.
Not only has Madison College closed down their buildings but have suspended all of the athletic team seasons, events, and traveling.
From an abundance of caution, and in order to comply with the governor's recent public request for everyone to take all measures possible to reduce the spread of COVID-19, WCC made a decision to extend Spring Break for students for at least a week.
Douglas College says a student at the school has tested positive for COVID-19.
"We initially had about 275 students approved to remain on campus most due to distance from campus".
Residential Life: Concordia is taking an even more aggressive position to support the health and safety of our community as we seek to limit the spread of COVID-19. It is essential that we continue to be connected with one another directly or indirectly, and that we draw comfort and hope from our heritage and mission as a Jesuit, Catholic university.