Category: Dean’s Blog

Scarlet Squad 2020

Scarlet Squad is a dynamic group of red-shirted upperclassmen who welcome their fellow students to campus. By greeting and guiding students as they move into our residence halls, Scarlet Squad promotes sustainability during move-in, helps students and guests navigate campus, and creates a welcoming environment. Participating in Scarlet Squad is a terrific way to meet […]

A message from our Student Health Services and Occupational Health regarding the Coronavirus

The following was sent to the University community on Monday, February 3, 2020 from our Student Health Services and Occupational Health regarding the Coronavirus: Members of the Boston University Community, We are continuing to provide you with information regarding the novel coronavirus through BU Today and university-wide email communications.  Boston University is actively monitoring the […]

Job Opportunities in the DOS Office

Dean of Students Program & Operations Assistant Job Description OVERVIEW The Dean of Students Office proudly employs students who support our mission to help enhance the character, quality, and perspective of all BU students. As the welcoming unit for the George Sherman Union, they promote community within their building and across the larger BU campus […]

Halloween and baseball – What a double play!

The following message from Kelly Nee, Chief of Police for the Boston University Police Department, and Kenneth Elmore, Associate Provost and Dean of Students, was sent to all students on Friday, October 26, 2018: Dear Friends, What a couple weeks in Boston! The wickedness of Halloween awaits us and the local baseball team is cause […]

Registered? In the Know for Making a Difference?

The timbre of the times has many of us reflecting, talking, and acting (hopefully with each other). We are discussing elections; arguing about campus, national and global political climates; and, being publicly and collectively active around the issues for which we care. To encourage students, eligible to vote in American elections, to register to vote, […]

Boston Police provide safety tips for Marathon Monday

The following is a message from Boston Police Department Commissioner William Evans:    Dear Students: On Monday, April 16st, Boston will host the 122nd running of the Boston Marathon. In conjunction with partners, both public and private, the Boston Police Department has developed a safety and security plan for the events to ensure both athletes and […]