Thirty-three percent of the Class of 2022 identifies as AHANA+, according to statistics from a University release. The acceptance rate was 28 percent, and yield held steady at 27 percent, consistent with past figures.
The Office of Learning Resources for Student-Athletes will be renamed the Office of Student-Athlete Academic Services (SAAS), according to a University press release.
In the wake of the Boston College’s Clery Act Crime statistics being released on Sept. 28, the administration has reiterated its support for students reporting any concerning incident to the BC Police Department, student affairs administrators, or the Dean of Students’ office.
In compliance with the Clery Act, the University’s report cites 39 instances of rape, with 34 of those crimes occurring in on-campus student housing.
The Boston College Police Department issued a Community Awareness Bulletin Sunday night concerning an off-campus residential burglary in the early morning hours in the Lane Park neighborhood of Brighton.
Amid the changes and revamps Boston College Dining Services has unrolled to start the fall semester, none has garnered as much attention as Late Night dining’s move from the first floor of Corcoran Commons to Addie’s Loft on the second floor.
Melinda Stoops, associate vice president for student affairs and BC’s Title IX coordinator, acknowledged some of uncertainties over the future direction of Title IX policy, particularly as it relates to sexual assault in regards to reported changes coming to the law.
“Some of those schools I think we fare very well against … and there are others where we have our work cut out for us to be positioned in the minds of students if they have that choice,” Grant Gosselin, director of undergraduate admissions, said.
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“Even as we have probably more older faculty, that’s been offsetted by all the new faculty that we’ve hired,” said Vice Provost for Faculties Billy Soo.