Council for Students with Disabilities chair Sean Dunphy said he hopes to make campus more accessible and improve attendance at CSD events. […]
“Students should also know that residence hall live-in staff have all been trained to have these types of conversations and provide referrals to these offices,” Jemima Pierre, the ASAP Program Manager, said in an email. […]
With her ever-present smile, McBarnett has her reputation of being one of BC’s most caring figures. […]
Over 1,300 students have visited UCS since September, which is up 8 to 11 percent in the past couple years.
After the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, instances of police brutality across the country, and a homophobic vandalism on campus in September, UCS thinks now is the time for more focus on diversity and inclusion. […]
“BC should take the lead among universities in expanding counseling services and rising to meet the demand.” […]
“By designating funds for these programs BC would demonstrate engagement with students and would help provide much-needed resources for an understaffed UCS and the students who are increasingly seeking its resources.” […]