Interim VPSA Joy Moore penned a letter rejecting most of the provisions of UGBC’s Hate Crime Response Resolution on behalf of the University. […]
Beth McDermott–the fourth high-level administrator to leave Boston College in the last 12 months–will become the managing director of development at Harvard Business School. McDermott has held the title of vice president for development at BC since 2016, according to a University press release. […]
A letter addressed to UGBC by interim VPSA Joy Moore in response to UGBC’s Dec. 9 resolution explained why the University is rejecting most of the legislative body’s requests of the BC. […]
change in Boston College Early Admissions policy led to a significant increase in the number of applicants for the class of 2023. The Office of Undergraduate Admission received 15,862 Early Action applications, a surge of 50 percent from last year’s applicant pool. […]
Kelli Armstrong, Boston College’s vice president for planning and assessment, has been named president of Salve Regina University, according to a University release. Armstrong, who arrived at BC in 2004, will begin her tenure at her new home this June. […]
Students confronted a panel of administrators and students in the wake of Michael Sorkin, CSOM ’21, defacing walls, furniture, blinds, and a mirror in Welch Hall with racist epithets on Sunday.
Boston College launched its first Student Experience Survey in October in response to demands made by the students who organized the Silence is Still Violence demonstrations last year. […]
The Department of Education (DOE) released proposed changes to regulations regarding the implementation of Title IX, specifically focusing on the response of educational institutions receiving Title IX benefits to cases of sexual harassment and sexual violence. […]