Of the Class of 2021 completed a major or minor in the liberal arts
Of the Class of 2023 studied abroad during their junior year
Of CSOM students engage in community service during a typical week
Take the unique opportunity to get to know your professor outside of the classroom. Students are given $100 to cook dinner for their professor in their residence hall or off-campus apartment. Current students interested in this program should check the availability in This Week in the Carroll School of Management newsletter.
Invite your professor to lunch or coffee on campus and let us pick up the tab! Launched in fall 2017 with the goal of creating a space for meaningful faculty-student interactions, Lunch with a Professor is available to students in all class years. Current students interested in this program should check the availability in This Week in the Carroll School of Management newsletter. It is sponsored by the Accenture Fund at Boston College.
The Carroll School of Management and the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship host the Walter H. Klein Business Ethics Case Competition every February. This internal competition is open to sophomores and juniors. Students compete as a team of two where at least one member of the team must be in the Carroll School of Management. Each December, teams are provided with a business case which they will have to analyze, create recommendations, and present to a panel of judges. The first place team will receive a cash prize and the opportunity to represent Boston College at a national case competition. Students interested in participating in the Klein Ethics Case Competition should contact Erica Graf, Assistant Dean.
Carroll School students Hadley Middelton '24 and Francis Hodgens '24 won first place in the 2022 Walter H. Klein Business Ethics Case Competition.
The Kevin M. Eidt Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to the junior in the Carroll School of Management, who during the past three years has demonstrated a unique combination of academic achievement, character, leadership, and school spirit similar to Kevin's.
Kevin M. Eidt was a member of the Boston College class of 2000. A freshman in the Carroll School of Management Honors Program, Kevin died of cardiac arrest during an intramural basketball game in the second semester of his freshman year. In recognition of the tremendous impact he had made on the Boston College community in such a short time, Kevin was posthumously awarded the Nicholas Woods Leadership Award, sponsored by the Office of Student Development. In addition, the Liturgical Arts Group dedicated their "I Want to Praise Your Name" CD to Kevin, and the men and women's intramural basketball championship trophy is named after him. This scholarship was created as a legacy to a young man who, in one semester, made a positive impact on the BC community, lived the motto "ever to excel" and approached every day with the exuberance and determination to live life to its fullest.
The scholarship recipient is selected by a faculty committee of the Carroll School of Management Undergraduate Program and announced at the end of each year. The scholarship is funded by the Kevin Eidt Fund at Boston College, which is supported by alumni contributions and grants from the Kevin M. Eidt Memorial Scholarship Fund, a 501 (c)(3) publicly supported charitable organization.
At the Carroll School of Management, we embrace and celebrate the differences in our close-knit community—differences of background, identity, perspective, and ideas. Learn more about our commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion.