Eleven Northeastern University freshmen have been kicked out of Boston College for breaking coronavirus social distancing rules.
Staff found the students partying in a room at a Boston hotel near campus that has been converted to a temporary dormitory, according to reports.
The northeast has banned students from having big parties in their rooms due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The university expelled the students from the hotel, giving them 24 hours to get out and ordering them to undergo coronavirus tests.
The college also keeps the $ 36,500 that each student paid in tuition, according to the Boston Globe.
Students can return to school in the spring, according to the newspaper. They can also appeal layoffs.
Other U.S. colleges have imposed suspensions on students violating virus restrictions upon returning to school. Some have closed campuses again and switched to online courses to control epidemics.
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“Northeastern and its community of students, faculty and staff take violations of health and safety protocols very seriously,” said Vice-Chancellor Madeleine Estabrook. “Cooperation and compliance with public health guidelines are absolutely essential.”
Estabrook said those who fail to follow guidelines, including wearing masks, avoiding parties and other gatherings, practicing healthy distancing, hand washing and screening, put everyone at risk.
Graduated students were enrolled in a one-semester study abroad program. Students have been given the option to stay in Boston due to coronavirus.
Sophomore Sofia Hassan told Fox 25 Boston that the rules are clear.
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“I think it’s fair because there was a strict set of guidelines that we have to follow. and he clearly says that if we are at a party or have more than 10 people, we will be suspended or fired, ”she said.