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From Boston to San Diego and everywhere in between, the Boston College Alumni Association makes staying connected to the Heights fun and easy. Whether it’s personal or professional, you’ll find everything right here.

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Boston College Alumni Portal


Some of BC’s most popular ways to stay connected are located inside the Alumni Portal. The benefits available exclusively to Boston College alumni are listed below. Sign in now to start taking advantage of these opportunities.

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Connect with Your Classmates



Whether it’s your reunion year or you simply want to plan an event just for your classmates, the Classes Program offers alumni assistance in keeping fellow graduates close.

BC GOLD (Young Alumni)

There are few opportunities in life to become part of such a powerful organization while doing so little. From the day you graduate till your 10th reunion, you are automatically a part of BC GOLD. Learn more about BC GOLD.

For Parents

There are many ways a parent can be involved with BC, even if they are not in close proximity to the Heights.

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Regional Chapters

Connect to BC regardless of where you live by joining one of our regional chapters. With 40 U.S. and 6 international chapters, we’re practically everywhere!

Eagles for Others: Where to Next?

Our 150 on the Road journey was so well received by BC alumni, parents, and friends around the world that we decided the show must go on. In the coming year, we'll be bringing the service projects to more cities, including Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. Please stay tuned for more information.

Attend Events


26th Annual Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner

Thursday, Apr. 24
6:30 p.m. Reception; 7:30 p.m. Dinner

Waldorf Astoria New York

Honorees: Peter S. Lynch, H'95, P'01, and Carolyn A. Lynch, H'09, P'01

This year, the Wall Street Council will host its 26th Annual Tribute Dinner in support of the Presidential Scholars Program and will honor Peter and Carolyn Lynch, recipients of the President’s Medal for Excellence. This award, the highest bestowed by the council, recognizes individuals who have distinguished themselves through constant pursuit of excellence and whose outstanding personal and professional achievements exemplify the ideal proclaimed in Boston College’s motto, “Ever to Excel.”

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Eagles for Others

Saturday, Apr. 26, 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m.
Gesu School, 1700 West Thompson Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

With the energy of the BC community in Philadelphia, this event is guaranteed to be an exciting opportunity to showcase how Eagles everywhere demonstrate their commitment as “men and women for others.” As a group, we’ll pack meals and together we can help to fight hunger.


The Problem of South Shore

Story and History on Chicagos South Side with Professor Carlo Rotella, director of BC’s American Studies Program and the Lowell Humanities Series

Thursday, May 8, 6:308:30 p.m.
Union League Club, 65 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Ill.

South Shore, a neighborhood by the lake characterized by neat bungalow blocks, desolate commercial strips, and a persistently high crime rate, has over the years attracted the attention of novelists, playwrights, sociologists, memoirists, entrepreneurs, policy intellectuals, reformers, activists, and other observers of city life. They have found it to be an inspiring but remarkably difficult subject. For the past half-century, ever since its swift turnover from white to black in the 1960s, South Shore has seemed to promise some kind of crucial lesson of wider significance for those who care about the city, and yet that lesson often seems to collapse into cliché or float maddeningly beyond their reach. This talk will consider the problem of South Shore and the surprisingly robust and various literature it has produced.


Reunion Weekend 2014

May 30–June 1
Boston College

Remember your years at the Heights? They were full of discovery and growth, shaped by unforgettable experiences, incredible friendships, and memories that still live in your heart today.

Reunion Weekend is your chance to relive those moments on the campus that made them so special, with the people who made them unforgettable. Members of the Newton College classes of 1959, 1964, 1969 and 1974 and Boston College classes of 1954, 1959, 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, and 2009 are invited back to campus for three days reconnecting with their classmates.

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Service Opportunities

One of the many unique things about BC alums is their penchant for volunteering. Being “men and women for others” is what sets this University apart.

Join a Club or Group

BC’s affinity groups provide avenues for alumni to connect with each other and the University in deep and meaningful ways. They are based on specific areas of interest, which can be academic, cultural, professional, social, or spiritual.


The Alumni Association is pleased to offer the following programs, events, and services to enrich the spiritual lives of our alumni.

Light the World Campaign