Boston College released a letter on Monday providing updates on how the University is preparing for instruction and housing in the fall.
BC Drops SAT, ACT Requirement for Upcoming Year
Boston College has announced that it will be test optional for Class of 2025 applicants in the upcoming admissions cycle.
With Enrollment Deadline Approaching, Students Commit to BC Without Visiting Campus
By the time high school senior Alex Park found out he had been accepted into Boston College, it was too late for him to visit campus.
BC Students Share Experiences With Testing Positive for COVID-19
By the time BC began its first day of online learning, two students found themselves taking a trip to UHS to get tested for the novel coronavirus.
Perrault Outlines Goals as Chair of Intersectional Experience Committee
Laura Perrault, MCAS ’21, discusses her goals as the new chair of the Intersectional Experience Chair for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College.
PILF Brings BC Law Community Together for Days of Service
Sixty-five volunteers took part in the Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF)’s Day of Service on Sept. 7. The next Days of Service will be on Nov. 8 and 9.
UPDATE: BC Student Facing Involuntary Manslaughter Charge Following Boyfriend’s Suicide
Suffolk County DA Rachael Rollins announced that Inyoung You has been indicted for her involvement in the death of her boyfriend Alexander Ursula, BC ’19.
University to Study Jesuit Commitment
Boston College has begun a self-study as part of an initiative by the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU), which has asked the 27 Jesuit colleges and universities across the country to assess their commitment to Jesuit traditions and values as part of the Jesuit Mission Priority Examen.
BC Sees Higher Sex Offense Reports Than Peer Schools in Recent Campus Crime Statistics
Twice as many rapes and four times as many fondlings per student were reported at Boston College than at the average of its competitor schools in 2018, according to data from campus safety reports.
Lynch School Offering Two New Online Master’s Programs
The Lynch School of Education and Human Development launched its first two online degree programs in January—a master’s program in educational leadership and policy and another in global perspectives: teaching, curriculum and learning environments.