Vice Provost for Enrollment Management John Mahoney, BC ’79, discussed the current landscape of cost and financial aid in higher education.
“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.
“The Committee could arrange with BC Dining, like organizations such as Arrupe and an annual class trip to Israel and Palestine do, to collect donations from students.”
In this new role, Director of Undergraduate Admission John Mahoney will manage the offices of Undergraduate Admission and Financial Aid, “aligning their functions to achieve Boston College’s enrollment objectives,” as reported by BC News.
Despite the size of the freshman class, all first-year students who requested to live on campus were accommodated.
Sociology professor Eve Spangler said she hasn’t seen significant changes in the budgets she has her students make in Inequality in America.
Just before Thanksgiving Break, Minaldy Cadet learned that he would receive financial aid for the spring semester. Last semester, he had to take out a loan to pay for his first semester of college after failing to obtain a green card.
After the immigration office denied him his green card in August, Minaldy Cadet could no longer receive any financial aid from BC.