13 Research Assistants from Boston College submitted salaries.
Founded in 1843 as a Jesuit college with just 22 students and 3 teachers, Boston College has a rich and storied tradition. Its founder, John C McElroy, established the school as a haven for Catholics.
Boston College has grown to be one of the nation's most prestigious universities, ranking 31st according to the US News and World Report. Each year nearly 35,000 applications are received with only 29% of applicants making it in. 82% of the incoming freshman are in the top 10% of their high school graduating class.
Boston College has nearly 15,000 undergraduate, graduate and special program students. The faculty to student ratio is a very high 1:14 and the university offers a wide range of courses in arts & sciences, management, nursing, and education as well as graduate programs in law, social work, theology, and management.
Boston College's picturesque Chesnut Hill campus located near the heart of Boston is just a short MBTA ride from all the art and historical sites that the city of Boston has to offer. Students, employees and faculty are immersed in a city that offers world-class health, art, and culinary destinations as well as the largest number of colleges and universities in the country.
Boston College offers its employees competitive salaries and robust benefits to its 750 plus full-time faculty and hundreds of administrative staff, managers, support staff and coaches. The school is financially sound with a nearly $2 billion endowment fund. Boston College's employee benefits include tuition remission, medical and dental insurance, life insurance, free checking, bookstore discounts, on-site child care and retirement plans managed by Fidelity Investments.
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