More than 6,000 Falcons came together to celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime year. Take a look!
To celebrate the close of our centennial year, more than 2,000 Falcons came to campus and danced the night away in honor of this once-in-a-lifetime milestone.
Families heard Big Papi's take on his Red Sox teammates, his family and how he feels about retirement (he loves it!).
From campus tours and previewing the multipurpose arena to the reunion rally and farewell brunch, here are some of the many ways we celebrated Reunion Weekend!
Reunion-year alumni reconnected and celebrated their milestone anniversaries while dancing to Bearfight, led by Kevin Rowley '05.
At Reunion Weekend 2017, the Class of 1967 was inducted into the Blue and Gold Society, which celebrates alumni who have graduated 50 years ago or more.
In Bentley's centennial year, dedicated alumni, staff, faculty and students came together during the month of April to give back to our local communities. We distributed food, volunteered at shelters and walked to end hunger, plus much more.
The newest addition to the Bentley campus is a soon-to-be iconic sculpture of Bentley's beloved mascot. The falcon was commissioned to honor the centennial and was installed on May 8, 2017 behind the library.
President Larson rang the closing bell at Nasdaq on April 20, 2017, to celebrate 100 years of Bentley.
President Larson gathered with the Bentley community in New York City on April 20 to celebrate 100 years of Bentley.
President Larson gathered with the Bentley community in Hartford on April 19 to celebrate 100 years of Bentley.
During Philanthropy Week: 100 Reasons to Give Back to Bentley, Bentley students shared their own reasons for giving back — including the centennial!
President Larson gathered with the Bentley community in Chicago on Tuesday, March 14, to celebrate 100 years of Bentley.
President Larson gathered with the Bentley community in Denver on Monday, March 13, to celebrate 100 years of Bentley.
President Larson gathered with the Bentley community in Washington, D.C., on Monday, March 13, to celebrate 100 years of Bentley.
President Larson gathered with the Bentley community in Puerto Rico on Friday, March 3, to celebrate 100 years of Bentley.
President Larson gathered with the Bentley community in Miami on Thursday, March 2, to celebrate 100 years of Bentley.
David '72 and Elayne Weener hosted a centennial celebration in Palm Beach on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
President Gloria Larson and the Seattle chapter of the Alumni Association hosted a centennial celebration in Washington state.
President Gloria Larson and the Northern California chapter of the Alumni Association hosted a centennial celebration in San Francisco.
President Gloria Larson and the Southern California chapter of the Alumni Association hosted a centennial celebration in Los Angeles.
Over winter break, Bentley alumni, parents, students, faculty and staff celebrated the centennial year at nine events across the country.
Bentley alumni, students and friends hosted President Gloria Larson in Athens, Greece and London, England to celebrate the centennial year around the globe.
For a quarter of a century the Bentley Service-Learning Center has educated and impacted the lives of many students and community partners. Bentley community members gathered to celebrate the center’s continued success!
Bentley honored its history of teaching excellence and the launch of the Bentley Learning and Teaching Council, whose mission is the desire to sustain and strengthen the school's historical commitment to the highest quality education for our students.
More than 800 Bentley community members gathered at the State Room in Boston for a once-in-a-lifetime centennial celebration. From a Bentley Magazine cover photo booth to a throwback room filled with fun historical artifacts, the night was 100 years in the making and the just one of many celebrations to come!
President Gloria Larson and Chairman of the Centennial Celebration George Fantini '64 toasted to the centennial year with students.
The Center for Business Ethics (CBE) hosted its 40th Anniversary Conference and Gala: "Global Perspectives on Business Ethics", which featured more than 30 academic papers from leading thinkers and scholars in the field, plus keynote speakers: Barney Frank, Former U.S. Congressmen; Patricia Harned, CEO, Ethics & Compliance Initiative; Paul J. McNulty, President of Grove City College and Former U.S. Deputy Attorney General; and Pat Gnazzo, U.S. Government Agency-appointed Ethics Monitor Former Chief Ethics Officer, CA Technologies and United Technologies. The center was dedicated to Mike Hoffman, the founding executive director of the CBE and the Hieken Professor of Business and Professional Ethics.