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John Carroll University received a $15 million donation to establish a new business college and two new schools

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

John Carroll University, located in suburban Cleveland, Ohio, announces that its Boler School of Business will be transformed into the Boler College of Business. The Boler College will include two new schools: the School of Accountancy and Information Science, and the School of Leadership and Social Innovation.

John Carroll University, located in suburban Cleveland, Ohio, announces that its Boler School of Business will be transformed into the Boler College of Business. The Boler College will include two new schools: the School of Accountancy and Information Science, and the School of Leadership and Social Innovation.

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by Melisa Kaya

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There is a close relationship between the Boler Family and John Carroll University, which lasts for more than 50 years. As a result of this relationship, the new schools to be opened with the contributions of the Bolar Family Foundation will bear the names of John M. and Mary Jo Boler.

John Carroll University, located in the suburban of the city of Cleveland, Ohio, will have a new college and two new schools with this campaign. The donation of the Bolar family provided great support for the campaign that the university created for these new schools.

Boler School will be transformed into Boler College and two more new schools will be added. These new schools will be the School of Accountancy and Information Science, and the School of Leadership and Social Innovation.

Matt's mother, Mary Jo Lombardo Boler, and siblings, Judy Boler McCormack, Jill Boler McCormack, Jim Boler, and Mike Boler were all present at the announcement.

Within this campaign, members of the board of directors of John Carroll University contributed $ 5 million to this donation campaign.





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