ACT Alteration Continues to Neglect Student EqualityStarting in the fall of 2020, a new fee will allow students to retest for the ACT, benefiting only those students who have the financial means to participate.
Inclusion in the Stands: Athletics' Mission for Montserrat StudentsIn coordination with the Montserrat Office, BC Athletics has extended the mission of inclusivity through a free Gold Pass program.
The Good, the Greedy, and the Ugly American DreamFor many low-income families, a college education has become increasingly important in the pursuit of the "American Dream."
Early Action Gone, 40% of Class of 2024 Will Be Admitted Early DecisionThe university stated that the change will attract high quality applicants, however, students have expressed concerns that eliminating EA will impact the socioeconomic diversity of future classes.
Boston College's Learning to Learn Office Awarded McNair Program Scholarship FundingThe U.S. Department of Education has awarded the Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program $1.15 million in funding.
Challenging BC’s Blindness to Low-Income EaglesMontserrat student leaders discuss what it means to be a low-income student at BC and how others can be more cognizant of socioeconomic diversity on campus.
Height's Boys and Girls Club Brings Fun to CTA KidsIn the Heights' Boys and Girls Club, BC volunteers are simply present, enjoying great memories with the low-income children of the CTA.
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