Bentley was also named No. 1 for Highest Freshman Retention Rate, No. 3 for Most Innovative Schools and No. 4 for Best Undergraduate Teaching among the regional universities in the “2019 Best Colleges” report.
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Students travel to Washington, D.C. to advocate for laws based on science, not politics.
As Bentley undergraduate business students Celia Cristofoli ‘18, Kerry Ryan ‘18, Karla Bustillo ‘18 and Julia Noyes ’18 embarked on their capstone project, they knew they wanted to give voice to students in their third year of medical school and hopefully improve the medical education system, too.
It may surprise some to hear about business students dissecting shellfish in a lab. In fact, it’s typical at Bentley, where business education is combined with the liberal arts.
Bentley graduate students offer their tax-preparation expertise to underprivileged residents as part of a program known as the Practicum in Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic that has helped more than 1,500 people.