“‘The Butler community will be better as we have varying perspectives — students with different backgrounds and experiences and life stories to add to who we are.”’
Results and recommendations for policing on campus emailed to Butler community members
Butler plans to return to full capacity in person classes and will reinstate breaks for the fall and summer semesters.
In this month’s president’s perspective, Butler President James Danko talks about the university’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, his hopes and fears for campus during COVID-19 and being bipartisan in an election year.
U.S. News ranked Butler No. 1 for the third consecutive year. Butler also ranked high in innovation, undergraduate teaching and first year experience.
The second installment of interviews with president Danko includes his perspective on the university’s handling of COVID-19 and several updates on anti-racism efforts.
On Jan. 19, Tavis Smiley and Cornel West gave a speech at Clowes Memorial Hall about the dangers of income inequality. “[I]t shows our dedication to diversifying our university,” President Jim Danko said of the event. The speakers showed the nation that Butler is a university that strives for diversity. I, for one, am very…
The tuition students pay to attend Butler University goes toward many different entities, but one of the largest chunks goes right back to students. Butler’s largest expenditure each year is financial aid for students, Bruce Arick, vice president of finance and administration, said. Butler is the largest source of financial aid for its students. The…