Boston College’s new vice president for Student Affairs will be Shawna Cooper-Gibson, the vice president of student services at Seton Hall University, effective August 9, the University announced Monday.
BC is providing partial refunds on meal plans and room and board, but many decisions in areas such as student outreach and academics have not been made
For Joy Moore, leading the Division of Student Affairs is like driving a car: Sometimes it’s her job to help the student body accelerate—other times, it’s to ease off the pedal.
Stoops will oversee the Women’s Center, the Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center, University Counseling Services, University Health Services, and the Office of Graduate Student Life.
Throughout the course of the year, discontent on campus with regards to race led UGBC and the administration to open up dialogue on these issues but they were unable to change much of the University’s policies.