New degree options are aimed at helping students save tuition money through a consolidated Butler experience.
On-campus organizations are trying to maintain a connection with the student-body despite not being able to gather in-person.
Canceled events leave more than just a financial impact on professional artists as well as JCA students.
The deans of LAS, CCOM and COPHS are all adamant about improving conditions for students of different backgrounds. Creating welcoming environments, hiring diverse faculty, and creating diverse curriculum seem to be a priority for all.
The campaign aims to raise $55 million overall for scholarship money. This is the largest goal within the campaign, as Butler says it is committed to making education more accessible.
All of JCA was gathered for the first time in a decade to discuss improving diversity and inclusion on campus. The event followed smaller, similar discussions in spring 2019 following the writing of “white power” on a Butler whiteboard.