The college’s COVID-19 policies have proven to be effective and quick when reacting to an outbreak. However, proactive efforts to prevent the coronavirus from making its way onto campus have not been as effective as the college desires.
Favazza used the forum as an opportunity to continue to project what he has attempted to do since the middle of last March: stay ready, stay calm.
While it is the College’s stated mission to ride out the storm, President Favazza personally commented to the Hilltopper that, “Given all the issues we are facing at this moment, we will have some big financial challenges for next year”.
Over the past few weeks, colleges and universities across the nation have faced uncertainty, confusion, and fear in light of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19), and Saint Anselm was no exception.
At the present date, this disease has now spread across the globe and is being considered a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) and all hands are on deck to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). As the nation prepares, here are some answers to the most important questions you may have.
“With a growing number of novel coronavirus cases in northern Italy, we have made the difficult decision to suspend our study-abroad program in Orvieto for this semester, cancel a planned class trip to Rome that was scheduled to depart on Friday, and strongly recommend the return of our three students who are studying this semester in Florence.” – President Favazza