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98 Percent of Bentley’s Class of 2020 is Employed or in Graduate School - Despite Graduating During a Pandemic

March 1, 2021
Even with the challenge of entering the job market in the middle of a pandemic, Bentley’s Class of 2020 is reporting successful outcomes. Ninety eight percent are employed, attending or planning to attend graduate school, according to data reported six months…,

Racial Justice at Bentley and the Work Ahead

February 4, 2021
Dear Bentley Community,For almost 30 years, I’ve been proud to be part of the Bentley community and have been encouraged by how we’ve grown since my days as an undergraduate student. From my early days on campus championing diversity initiatives to now serving…

Inauguration Day and the Road Ahead

January 20, 2021
Dear Students,   Every four years on Jan. 20, the United States of America comes together to acknowledge and celebrate the start of the next term of the president of the United States. It’s a day that holds important symbolism for democracy.  Today, we show…

NE-10 Cancels Fall Sports

January 13, 2021

The Northeast-10 Conference Council of Presidents announced that it has canceled plans to reschedule intercollegiate fall 2020 athletic competitions to this spring due to the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The affected sports are men’s and women’s soccer and cross country as well as football, field hockey and volleyball.

NE-10 Winter Sports

December 15, 2020
The Northeast-10 Conference Council of Presidents has announced that it will suspend all intercollegiate athletics competition and championships this winter – an extension of its fall 2020 suspension – to curb the spread of COVID-19 and protect the members of…

Frank Bourgeois Named University Police Chief

December 9, 2020
Bentley University has named Frank Bourgeois chief of University Police. As acting chief since July, Frank has been instrumental in leading University Police’s efforts to keep campus safe and in compliance with COVID-19 policies this fall. He also oversaw the…

Bentley University and Top Boston Hospital Offer New MBA in Healthcare Management

December 7, 2020
Bentley University and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a world-class teaching hospital, are collaborating to offer a customized MBA in healthcare management. The MBA program will be open to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center employees and will include…

2020’s Toll on the Workplace

December 2, 2020
A majority of business leaders consider positive corporate culture important, but employees disagree that their employers are committed to that philosophy, according to a report from Bentley University’s Center for Women and Business (CWB). The report,…

Bentley Student-Athletes Achieve Highest Graduation Rate in the Nation

November 23, 2020
For the fourth straight year, Bentley University’s student-athletes once again have the highest graduation rate in the country at 99 percent, according to the latest NCAA Division II Academic Success Rate report.  The Academic Success Rate is the percentage…

International Center Director Remembers President Joseph Cronin

October 7, 2020
Our sincere condolences go out to the family of Bentley’s fifth president, Joseph M. Cronin, as we remember him and celebrate the impact he had on our university. In his Nov. 15, 1991 inaugural address, Bentley and the World: Setting a Course for the Future,…