Bohdan "Bo" Zaryckyj, Office of Student Conduct
Director of Student Conduct
Doctorate of Education - Higher Education Administration; New England College, April 2016
Master of Education – Higher Education Administration; Northeastern University, December 2007
Bachelor of Arts - History; Merrimack College, May 2004
Bo began his professional career in residence life holding positions at Saint Joseph’s College of Maine, Roger Williams University, and Western New England University. In July 2009, Bo became the first Coordinator of Alcohol and Other Drug Education and Community Standards at Springfield College. In this position he oversaw two functional areas: Student Conduct and Alcohol and Other Drug Education. In August 2012, Bo became the first Coordinator of Student Conduct at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. July of 2014, Bo was promoted to Director of Student Conduct at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In his current role, Bo coordinates the day to day operations of the Student Conduct system and serves as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Bo teaches Leadership, Law, and Policy in the University of Massachusetts Lowell, College of Education, Master’s program. Additionally, Bo is a member of the Association of Student Conduct Administrator (ASCA). Bo currently chairs a research task force for ASCA on Title IX and VAWA best practices. Previously, Bo served in the following leadership role for ASCA: East Region Chair for ASCA, Massachusetts State Representative since February 2012 to January 2013 and Circuit I Representative form February 2010 to February 2012. Bo received his Bachelor’s degree from Merrimack College in 2004 and completed his Masters of Education at Northeastern University in December 2007. Bo completed his Doctorate of Education, Higher Education Administration in April of 2016. Bo resides in Nashua New Hampshire with his wife, Patrice, daughter Kaylee Belle, and son Kayden Thomas.