Czar Alexei Sepe to attend Boston College

Czar Alexei Sepe will attend Boston College in the fall

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PARSIPPANY — Boston College is elated to welcome Czar Alexei Sepe, Lake Parsippany, to Boston College in the Fall 2017 semester. 

Czar Alexei Sepe is a senior at Parsippany Hills High School, and he plans to major in political science in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences at The Heights. His parents, Caesar and Lara Sepe, are proud of their son’s great accomplishment. 

Czar Alexei is ecstatic to be a part of a long tradition of excellence dating back to its founding in 1863, amplified in Boston College’s motto “Ever to Excel.”

Boston College is an internationally respected research university and a center of academic excellence. A national leader in liberal arts, Boston College seeks to fulfill its Jesuit, Catholic mission of faith and service; to continue to develop model programs to support students in their formation; and to seek solutions – as researchers, educators, leaders, and caregivers – that directly address the world’s most urgent problems. 

Boston College remains committed to leading its students on a comprehensive journey of discovery – one that integrates their intellectual, personal, ethic, and religious formation. Inspiration for Boston College’s academic and societal mission is drawn from the University’s distinctive religious and intellectual heritage. As a Jesuit, Catholic University, Boston College is rooted in a world view that calls us to learn, to search for truth, and to live in service to others. To fulfill this mission, we welcome and embrace the contributions of a diverse student body from many faith traditions.