During this Holy Week, long overdue disciplinary action was threatened by the Dean of Students at Jesuit-sponsored Boston College, for the co-eds who were giving out free condoms and sexual health resources on campus. (Read Boston Globe article here)
Ironically, this is the first publicized action taken by the administration against such sinful act, and it happens just two weeks after the election of Jesuit Pope Francis. They just had to wait until a Jesuit sat in the Chair of Peter to take action because Cardinal Sean never did so for the past ten years.
First of all, except for Peter Kreeft, pretty much the faculty is heretical, and most of the Jesuits at BC (and elsewhere) don't like the Holy Father because of his orthodoxy in terms of sexual ethics. So they are afraid.
Secondly, like any other state or private secularized college, BC has co-ed dorms, which is against Catholic teaching.
Thirdly, there is no regular (daily) celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass and Sacraments at BC, and there hasn't been any since Vatican II, nor there will be any unless a traditionalist archbishop is appointed for Boston.
Fourthly, BC is about big money and sports. Because it's not named after a saint, most students don't know of BC's once Catholic heritage. The average good Catholic family would not be able to afford to send their child there.
Lastly, BC students who come from Catholic families are likely to become atheists or agnostics upon graduation.