As many NEC member colleges and universities have made the difficult but necessary decision to close their campuses and send students home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, many are pursuing alternative graduation plans.
“I firmly believe we are going to come out of this stronger as an institution as a result of our efforts and collaboration,” Wentworth President Mark Thompson said. “We are in it for the long run. We are going to get through this.”
The Council commends the universities’ efforts to make commencement ceremonies special for their graduating classes in this uncertain time. The Boston Business Journal writes more about Massachusetts’ colleges.
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