Former MET Dean Says BU’s Top Marks on Federal Test Prove School to be “Financially Solid”

in Faculty News, Finance, Jay Halfond, MET News
April 1st, 2016

Former MET Dean Says BU’s Top Marks on Federal Test Prove School to be “Financially Solid”

Boston University has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a model of financial responsibility, receiving a perfect score in a recent survey conducted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The study examined the way both for-profit and not-for-profit private institutions of higher education allocate federal funds and student aid, and according to BU Distance Education professor and former MET dean Jay Halfond, the report indicates that “It is clear that BU is financially solid based on its savings, equity and income.”

Read more about The Chronicle of Higher Education’s report and grading process at The Daily Free Press.