Vice President for Student Affairs

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first_imgBoston College was founded by members of the Society of Jesus(“Jesuits”) in 1863 as a liberal arts college for men in the SouthEnd of Boston. Today, it is a vibrant, coeducational, national, andincreasingly international university enrolling approximately14,000 students on a campus of 240 acres located about six milesfrom downtown Boston. The University focuses on undergraduateeducation, the liberal arts and sciences, and student formation. Itoffers selected graduate and professional programs, and has morethan 800 faculty engaged in teaching, research, and scholarship.Boston College is ranked 35th among national universities by U.S.News & World Report and has an operating budget over $1.2billion. With nearly 40,000 applications this year for a first-yearclass of 2,325 students, Boston College is one of the nation’s mostselective institutions for undergraduate education.The Division of Student Affairs reports to the Executive VicePresident and offers a diverse set of programs and activities thatsupport student learning and formation. With a current budget of$68 million, it consists of 15 departments and 177 staff members,including: Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center; BC Bands;the Student Affairs Business Service Center; the Career Center;University Counseling Services; the Office of Graduate StudentLife; the Office of Health Promotion; University Health Services;the Office or Residential Life; Robsham Theater Arts Center; theOffice of Student Conduct; the Office of Student Involvement; theOffice of Student Outreach and Support; and the Women’s Center.Approximately 7,400 undergraduate students live in Boston Collegecampus housing.As a University officer, the Vice President for Student Affairsworks closely with senior leadership and other key stakeholders onand off campus. Boston College seeks a strategic thinker and leaderwho can direct a complex unit and partner with colleagues acrossthe University to enhance the University’s commitment tointellectual excellence, care and respect for others, and formativeeducation shaped by its Jesuit, Catholic roots and values.The individual chosen to be the next head of Student Affairs atBoston College must be able to provide the vision, decisions, andleadership needed to strengthen an efficient, effective, andcollaborative Student Affairs unit and contribute to theUniversity’s distinctive mission.Tom Phillips, Managing Director, Ruth Shoemaker Wood, Partner,and Marisa Chock, Consultant have been retained for this search. Toexpress your interest in this role please submit your materialshere. All inquiries and discussions will be considered strictlyconfidential.……………Boston College is dedicated to intellectual excellence andto its Jesuit, Catholic heritage. Boston College recognizes theessential contribution a diverse community of students, faculty,and staff makes to the advancement of its goals and ideals in anatmosphere of respect for one another and for the University’smission and heritage. Accordingly, Boston College commits itself tomaintaining a welcoming environment for all people and extends itswelcome in particular to those who may be vulnerable todiscrimination on the basis of their race, color, national origin,sex, religion, disability, age, marital or parental status, sexualorientation, military status, or other legally protectedstatus.Boston College rejects and condemns all forms of harassment,wrongful discrimination, and disrespect. It has developedprocedures to respond to incidents of harassment whatever the basisor circumstance. Moreover, it is the policy of Boston College,while reserving its lawful rights where appropriate to take actionsdesigned to promote the Jesuit, Catholic principles that sustainits mission and heritage, to comply with all state and federal lawsprohibiting discrimination in employment and in its educationalprograms and activities on the basis of a person’s race, color,national origin, sex, religion, disability, age, marital orparental status, genetic information or family medical history, ormilitary status, and to comply with state law prohibitingdiscrimination on the basis of a person’s sexualorientation. Vice President for Student AffairsBoston CollegeChestnut Hill, MAlast_img

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