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Freshmen Intake Reaches New Heights in Diversity

The University welcomes a historical high in diversity with 31 percent AHANA students making up the Class of 2021. Find out what other records this freshman group is shattering. Learn more.

Honoring Our Veterans

#GivingTuesday: Was History Made?

It would have taken just over 4,000 Eagles to make Giving Tuesday a historic success and maintain BC’s longstanding mission of helping students through financial aid. Drum roll…was it enough? Learn more.

And the top 10 are ...

And the Top 10 are...

Curious to see how your alma mater is stacking up? Get an inside look at the most popular majors and minors at the Heights. Learn more.

Connell Prof. Awarded Highest Honor

Connell Prof. Awarded Highest Honor

Professor Ann Wolbert Burgess, the inspiration for the Netflix crime drama Mindhunter, receives a major honor from the American Academy of Nursing. Her journey to the small screen will keep you in your seat. Learn more

Cancer survivor becomes first BC Strong Scholar

Cancer Survivor Becomes First BC Strong Scholar

Losing a limb to cancer didn’t halt sophomore Jack Manning’s quest for excellence and good works. Boston Marathon bombing survivors Patrick Downes '05 and Jessica Kensky hand out this first-of-a-kind award. Learn more

Star-Studded Night for Scholarships

BC Announces Major Interdisciplinary Sciences Initiative

Boston College will establish a new center for multi disciplinary science research and instruction to open in 2021. Fostering research, education, and innovation in health, the environment, and energy, the Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society will bring a greater understanding to the complex global problems of the 21st century. Learn more.

Honoring Our Veterans

Honoring Our Veterans

Archbishop of Military Services USA Timothy P. Broglio '73 will preside on November 10 as BC honors community veterans at the 17th Annual Veterans Remembrance Mass and Ceremony. Discover more.

Gabelli Plaza Dedicated

The Return of #GivingTuesday

Eagles set a University record last year, raising an unprecedented $625,000 in a single day on #GivingTuesday. This Nov. 28, thanks to a group of generous donors, the challenge—and the opportunity—will be even greater. See more

Interdisciplinary Inquiry

How do democracies become authoritarian regimes? What can theater teach us about brain functions like memory and empathy? New Core courses push the interdisciplinary envelope. Explore more

Gabelli Plaza Dedicated

Gabelli Plaza Dedicated

Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program students joined Mario Gabelli in celebrating the dedication of Gabelli Plaza, named in gratitude for a gift from the Gabelli Foundation. See more

Alumni Profiles

Broadway Talent’s Second Act at BC

Nick Scandalios '87, producer of blockbuster hits like Hamilton, joins BC as Rev. J. Donald Monan, S.J., Professor in Theatre Arts, this semester. Get a front row view into his career and find out who else he’s ushering in. Learn more

The Business of Fighting Disease

Liz O’Day '06 is back at BC. This time, the former biology alumna brings her company’s savvy as part of an effort to broaden our understanding of ALS. Learn more.

Stefanie Martinez '93

Stefanie Martinez is now the first female Hispanic judge in the state of Nebraska. Read more

Dong Joo Lee '07

Navy JAG officer Dong Joo Lee has been named one of the "Best Lawyers Under 40" by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. See more





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