7:30 p.m. Faculty and staff are encouraged to contact the Student Affairs Office at email@example.com if they are concerned about any College of Arts and Sciences or Sawyer Business School students who may have been impacted by this tragedy. Information on the Student of Concern Program is available online. Anyone concerned about a law student should contact the Law School Dean of Students Office at LawDeanofStudents@suffolk.edu or 617-573-8157.
Residence Life staff are on duty and available in the residence halls for residence students who may be impacted by this tragedy. Students are encouraged to contact their resident assistants (RAs) if they need assistance.
5:45 p.m. Boston Police continue to investigate the explosions near the marathon as well as an incident at the John F. Kennedy Library. Students may want to contact their families to let them know that they are safe. The American Red cross also operates a website where people may register their status as safe and well during an emergency.
4:36 p.m. The extent of the incident is unknown. all Suffolk students and employees should remain indoors.
3:49 p.m. There is an ongoing incident at the end of the Boston Marathon Route on Boylston Street, with reports of two explosions and multiple injuries. Please stay away from that area. At this time the campus has not been impacted. Please monitor updates.