Skip to main content
Philanthropy Journal Home

Philanthropy Journal News

BU beats goal – 8-year drive ends

 | 

The School of Management at Boston University has raised more than $88 million in its capital campaign, beating its goal by 10 percent.

The eight-year effort will fund construction of the school’s new building and support graduate and undergraduate programs.

Initiatives funded by the campaign include a dual degree program that will offer master’s degrees in business and information systems, to begin in fall 2001, and the Michael Bronner E-Business Center and Hatchery, which opened in February. Students in the center will develop and manage their own businesses under faculty supervision.

Leave a Response

Your email address will not be published. All fields are required.