We believe that visiting Boston College will provide you with insights regarding our students, faculty and campus life that are often difficult to obtain through viewbooks and websites. The Undergraduate Admission Office offers a variety of opportunities to meet with admission representatives and students. Read below to learn more about our campus visit options.
Eagle Eye Information Sessions and Campus Tours
We offer Eagle Eye Information sessions and campus tours throughout the academic year and the summer. Registration is strongly encouraged. Click here to learn more about these programs, to view our calendar, and to register for your visit.
Transfer Eagle Eye Information Sessions and Campus Tours
Transfer Eagle Eye sessions are conducted by transfer admission staff members and include a panel of current transfer students at Boston College. Transfer Eagle Eye sessions are held on Fridays only. Registration is strongly encouraged. If you are unable to attend a Transfer Eagle Eye Sessions, you are welcome to attend an Eagle Eye Session (highlighted above). Click here to learn more about these programs and to register for your visit.
Eagle for a Day Program
The Eagle for a Day Program gives you the chance to spend a portion of your day with a current Boston College student. As part of Eagle for a Day, you will be able to attend a class, eat in one of our dining halls and get an informal tour of campus from your student host. Registration is required at least 10 days in advance. Click here to view the schedule, and to register for Eagle for a Day.
Boston College admission representatives travel throughout the United States each fall and spring to to host Eagle Overviews for prospective students. Registration is required. Click here to see if we will be traveling to a location near you, and to register for the event.
Organization and High School Visits
Boston College welcomes high school groups and organizations who wish to visit campus. Registration is required. Click here for important information regarding these visits, and to register. (Examples of organizations include YMCA, Prep for Prep, Boys and Girls Club, etc.)