When Tufts University shuts down, the city could be left with nothing but abandoned homes

The Tufts community could be faced with a housing shortage as a result of the university’s closure.

Key points:Tufts University is the second largest university in the world and its alumni include celebrities, musicians and politicians, the university saidIt’s been six years since the university closed its doorsTufts has been hit hard by the global financial crisis, with unemployment reaching 40 per cent in some parts of the cityThe university has been forced to close two campuses since the closureIt said that if the university closes its doors, the community could face a shortage of housing.

“It’s going to be a very difficult time,” Tufts President Robert Haas said.

“We can’t do this alone.”

Mr Haas said Tufts had already worked with community members on plans to house people who were staying in hostels.

“I think we’re in a really good place, and it’s really important to keep the community involved and engaged in planning,” he said.

The university said the community would have to decide what to do.

“If we close the school, we’ll have a very limited number of students available,” Mr Haas said on Tuesday.

“As we’ve said, we have plans to host some of those people in hostel-type accommodations in a small number of buildings.”

He said it would be up to the community to decide whether to buy up vacant properties.

“And I think it will be up, if we close, to those properties and make some arrangements,” he added.’

A sad day for the city’The Tufts school was founded in 1875 and is the oldest private university in Massachusetts.

It was founded by the famous William Morris, who was the first to establish a college in the state.

He was also a key figure in the Massachusetts political establishment, and he died in 1891.

He founded Tufts in 1879 and the first student enrolled in the university was Benjamin Franklin in 1883.

The Tufts school was the last to close in 2021.