Cancellations or Postponements

 

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We know that limiting social contact or “social distancing” can be beneficial to curtailing the spread of the Coronavirus. As a result, out of an abundance of caution, Bristol Community College is cancelling or postponing events with anticipated audiences larger than 10 through April 25. In some cases, additional events are being cancelled. Please review the list of cancelled/postponed events below. This list will be updated regularly.  

Access to all Bristol buildings is restricted to current students, faculty and staff only. There is no public access to any campus building until further notice. 

 

Class Schedule


March 16 to 21: Bristol Community College Spring Break no classes
March 23 to 27: There will not be any credit classes held, face-to-face or online, but college departments and services will be open.
March 30 to April 4: Classes may be moved online; more information to come. 
 
 

Events

 
Ongoing
Admissions – campus tours cancelled through April 10.
Athletics Spring 2020 Season (Golf, Women's Outdoor Track & Field) cancelled 
Athletics NJCAA Basketball Championships cancelled
Testing Center – All testing cancelled until further notice
Financial Aid Walk-in – workshops cancelled through end of April.
Boston University SSW Program – classes cancelled through April 3.
Fall River Symphony – Rehearsals cancelled through March 31. 
Narcotics Anonymous - Meetings cancelled until further notice
BSU Spring SAT Prep Classes - Cancelled through April 26
SEIU PCA Workers Union Meetings - Cancelled through June 26

March 19
Bristol Staff Senate Coffee Hour (Taunton) cancelled
Early Childhood Summit – March 18 & 19 postponed - new date TBD
Argosy event cancelled
Retirement Planning Seminar cancelled
 
March 21
Bristol Staff Senate Karaoke cancelled

March 23
World Poetry Day event cancelled
Criminal Justice Federal Agency Presentation cancelled
 
March 24
Adult Education Orientation a.m. and p.m. sessions cancelled
Stories that Inspire with Candida Rose cancelled
Bristol Bee Club meeting cancelled
Retirement Planning Seminar cancelled

March 25
The Role of the Displaced Camps in Bringing Survivors Back to Life postponed - new date TBD
Attleboro movie night cancelled
STEM speaker cancelled
MAICEI Social Security Meeting cancelled
Dr. Patt Lecture cancelled
Meet and Greet with Dean Pearle cancelled
HR Director Professional Development Session cancelled

March 26
Adult Education Orientation cancelled
Cape Verdean Family Night cancelled
Movie Discussion: Iron Jawed Angels cancelled
Retirement Planning Seminar cancelled

March 27
Adult Education Orientation cancelled
Tech Fair postponed – new date TBD
 
March 28
Bristol Staff Senate Cake Decorating cancelled

March 30
Psychology Career & Transfer Fair cancelled
 
March 31
Bee School Class cancelled
Retirement Planning Seminar cancelled
HR New Hire Orientation cancelled

April 2
ACE Awards cancelled
Vermont State Police Presentation cancelled

April 3
Genocide on the African Continent Conference postponed - new date TBD

April 4 
St. Vincent’s Easter Adult Egg Hunt Postponed to July 11
 
April 6
Clinical Health Sciences Job Fair cancelled

April 7
Dress for Success Fashion Show cancelled
Bee School Class cancelled
 
April 9
Bristol Theatre: "Our Town" cancelled
 
April 10
Bristol Theatre: "Our Town" cancelled
 
April 14
Nursing New Student Orientation postponed
International Fesitval cancelled
 
April 15
Opportunity Fair cancelled
Rhoda Sheehan Poetry Open Mic cancelled

April 17
1199 SEIU Orientation (Taunton) cancelled

April 28
Bristol Bee Club meeting cancelled
 
April 30
Black & African American Family Night postponed

May 26
Bristol Bee Club meeting cancelled
 
June 18
Bristol Theatre: "Our Stories" cancelled
 
June 19
Bristol Theatre: "Our Stories" cancelled
 
 

Event Organizers 


If you are hosting an event at Bristol and need to make any changes, please contact Laura Carlson at 774.357.2599 or Laura.Carlson@bristolcc.edu

Click here to learn more about the Massachusetts Department of Public Health's March 23, 2020 assemblage guidance