Two weeks ago, 1,033 Boston College students received their 2024–25 study abroad placements. When considering the opportunity of studying abroad, a key factor for many of these students and their families is the financial burden.
The Board of Trustees voted to increase tuition by 2.51 percent to $60,530 for the next academic year, up from the current tuition of $59,050, according to a University release.
BC is providing partial refunds on meal plans and room and board, but many decisions in areas such as student outreach and academics have not been made
Boston College’s Board of Trustees has set tuition for the 2019-20 academic year at $56,780, bringing the final cost of attendance to $72,736 per year, according to a University release.
In an effort to help college students afford their education, private lenders have begun to roll out private loan options for parents.