One student diagnosed with COVID-19 was on campus, and is now in isolation at an apartment complex that houses students from the college.
For Wilson Community College, and for all colleges across the nation and probably the world, this means postponing classes, the semester and many events. "They work in the service industry and are being laid off from their jobs".
In another change, Boston College closed its residence halls on March 15, except to students facing global travel restrictions or serious personal issues. Approximately 375 undergrads are now in residence on Upper Campus and going to McElroy for meals. The order included an exemption for higher education institutions so that they can still deliver necessary campus services.More news: Plenty of companies hiring during pandemic
The college stated on its COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page that they are working on a process to prorate room and board fees "where appropriate", and that further information will be available by the first week of April. The college has reached out and offered our support to the student, who says they are doing well. All employees will be expected to continue working, but in a different mode.
The coronavirus has touched everyone associated with Boston College, generating anxiety, fear, and concerns about personal health and safety.
Butler County Community College has announced that a student who attends the main campus in Butler Township has tested positive for COVID-19.More news: Britney Spears wants people to ‘strike’ and ‘redistribute wealth’
Leahy said he would update the community on plans to hold commencement, which is presently scheduled for May 18. We have met daily for at least two weeks on response plans and what actions need to be taken for the benefit of our college family.
Byerly said while the college can not know what the situation will be in August, they aimed to pick a "reasonable" date far enough in advance that holding an in-person commencement would be possible.
The student, who's enrolled in the culinary arts program at the Asbury Park school, reported that she tested positive on Friday, Brookdale President David Stout wrote in an email to the staff on Sunday. You'll help us sustain and expand our work, plus you can get access to exclusive content, cool merchandise and other goodies.More news: Rapid increase in coronavirus cases aboard United States aircraft carrier
"They that hope in the Lord will renew their strength, they will soar as with eagles' wings; they will run and not grow tired, walk and not grow faint".