Boston College’s Board of Trustees has set tuition for the 2019-20 academic year at $56,780, bringing the final cost of attendance to $72,736 per year, according to a University release.
Boston College is launching the first Student Experience Survey next week, the University announced Thursday morning in a release. Survey data will be available this spring, with more “segmented analysis and extensive reporting” available in fall 2019.
Over 200 Faculty Sign Letter Calling on Leahy, Quigley to Issue ‘Strong Response’ to B.o.B’s Stances
“We, faculty and staff of Boston College, are embarrassed that our Jesuit and Catholic university is supporting a performer who spouts such offensive and uneducated statements,” the letter reads.
Friday’s march occurred in the midst of a number of notable events for other unions across the country, including Harvard University voting to form a union.
BC announced Tuesday night that the University would be open at 9 a.m. Wednesday, a slight delay.
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“This is going to establish a trend, a pattern, and a precedent,” Gary N. Chiason, a professor at Clark University, told The New York Times.
In tandem with Executive Vice President Michael Lochhead and Provost David Quigley, Boston College president Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. issued a statement late Sunday night condemning President Donald Trump’s executive order banning the entry of refugees from seven Muslim-majority nations.
Newton is 15 percent more expensive to live in than in surrounding towns. Warren’s office and Boston College have partnered to find a solution.