新皇冠体育盘口This information is current as of March 12, 2020.
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Our first priority is to protect those on campus who are most at risk from COVID-19—those with underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to severe illness from the virus—as well as the health of the general Bowdoin community. It is also essential that we ensure the continuity of learning and teaching so that all students can complete the semester for academic credit. As we contemplated the return of students, faculty, and staff to campus after spring break, we realized that we do not have the ability to facilitate the recommended “social distancing” for all in-person interactions or to manage the required isolation of the number of students who are very likely to have been exposed to the virus while away. There is a distinct possibility that if we were to have to isolate a large number of students (and faculty and staff), it could create a level of strain on our capabilities that could require us to close before the end of the academic year and put at risk the ability of students to successfully complete their coursework.
In light of this, we will need to complete the spring semester through remote learning, and students will not be permitted to return to campus from spring break. We know this is an extremely distressing decision for everyone, and will present substantial challenges for faculty, staff, and students.
新皇冠体育盘口After considering provided by the NCAA, Bowdoin College has made the decision to allow limited family attendance at NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Sectional games held in Brunswick this weekend. Only credentialed game operations personnel, administrative staff and a limited number of family members will be permitted to attend games held in Morrell Gymnasium on Friday and Saturday, March 13-14. Participating institutions have been made aware of our ticketing process.
There are a variety of updated resources available to those who want to learn more about COVID-19, including information provided by:
For personal travel, students, faculty, and staff are asked to use to let the College know immediately if they stay in or pass through any country with a CDC Warning Level 3 (currently China, Iran, Italy, and South Korea) or if they have been in one of these countries during the last fourteen (14) days.
In addition, The College encourages students to discuss PERSONAL travel plans with their families, to consult the issued by the CDC, and to observe (see question #6 about Bowdoin-sponsored travel).