The AHANA+ population at BC increased for the third consecutive year. BC attributes the rise in AHANA+ enrollment to national trends and BC’s efforts.
Boston College accepted 9,500 students from a total pool of 35,500. Total applications rose over 14 percent from last year.
“I had friends of all different backgrounds, all different walks of life, and I just felt so committed to the students, to find ways to bring people together wherever I was, [to] solve problems together and have fun together,” said Warren.
“A majority of the stories are by women and by people of color—13 of the 18 stories. Contributors also include immigrants, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, Muslim-Americans, and veterans,” said Dan Ponsetto, director of the Volunteer and Service Learning Center.