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There are 6 comments on Fall Move-out, Intersession, Spring Move-in: What You Need to Know

  1. students who “don’t want to travel” don’t have a choice – a lot of borders are still closed, especially to people returning from the US. Guess international students are forced to pay for intersession housing.

  2. BU has advised us previously to not come back if we leave for intercession… but then they give us these very poor options for staying on campus. What are we supposed to do? We’re being pushed into a corner. I have special needs, what are we supposed to do in this situation? Cue the guitars, because I’m wondering “should I stay or should I go”?

  3. Same question as Dr Zahara. 0% of Faculty tested positive in the latest week as did .15% of students. Cumulative rate since July 27 is. 07%. When we agreed to give living on campus a try we assumed that if the school kept cases low there would be some in class instruction and maybe our kids could sit together in the dining hall and visit each other in their dorms. Since it appears that won’t be the case in the spring, I assume students can choose to move home second semester without penalty?

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