Boston College released its annual 990 tax filings last week, with football head coach Steve Addazio and men’s basketball head coach Jim Christian remaining the University’s highest-paid employees. The University’s net assets increased by $112,842,019 in fiscal year 2018 (FY18).
First Female President of the International Federation of Catholic Universities to Speak at 143rd University Commencement
Isabel Capeloa Gil will speak at the University’s 143rd Commencement Exercises, which are taking place on May 20. Gil will receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree, alongside fellow degree recipients Dan Bunch, Robert D. Farrell, S.J., Thomas D. O’Malley, a former BC trustee; and Marilynne Robinson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
The findings from Boston College’s Student Experience Survey have been released by the Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment.
BC won more major battles in the ongoing lawsuit by an alumnus alleging the school breached its contract with him during disciplinary proceedings in 2012.
Both sides in the $3 million lawsuit pending against Boston College submitted motions regarding witnesses, admissible exhibits of evidence, and whether there will be a separate hearing to determine if damages will be capped over the past two weeks.
A local power surge damaged elements of the power infrastructure in St. Clement’s Hall on Brighton Campus on Tuesday at 9 a.m., taking Boston College’s technology capabilities offline. St. Clement’s contains approximately 2,000 computer servers that support academic and administrative functions.
The court cases pending against Michael Sorkin, CSOM ’21, were continued to May 10. New details concerning where the case in Middlesex County stands in terms of discovery, witnesses to be called, and how Sorkin will plead his case emerged in the case’s latest court filings.
Students and administrators came together for the third Student-Administrator Gathering of the semester this past Tuesday to discuss on-campus mental health issues with the leaders of University Counseling Services (UCS).
Patrick Gregorek, MCAS ’19, died suddenly in his Seekonk, Mass. home yesterday, according to a University release written by Interim Vice President of Student Affairs Joy Moore.