Seton Hill President Elected to Council of Independent Colleges' Board
“I am pleased to serve on the CIC Board with a number of my colleagues,” Boyle said. “The Council’s initiatives are paramount to enhancing the contributions of private education to the community-at-large. I’m particularly interested in the Council’s ‘Engaging Communities and Campuses’ program because it will enable Seton Hill to maximize partnerships throughout the region as a method to strengthen the educational experience of our students through additional service learning, internship and action research opportunities.”
Founded in 1956 and based in Washington, DC, the CIC is an association of more than 480 independent, liberal arts colleges and universities. Working with college presidents, academic vice presidents, other administrators and faculty, CIC provides services that help its member institutions enhance educational programs, improve their administrative and financial performance and increase their institutional visibility.