In Collaboration With
Church in the 21st Century Center's Agape Latte program
July 29 - August 3, 2018
Student Application Coming Soon!
Ever to Excel transforms students from around the world through opportunities to live Jesuit spirituality. Students deepen faith, engage in conversation, serve others, reflect, and explore Boston College and the city of Boston.
Mentors serve as group leaders and conversation partners. They help to guide students on their five-day journey at Ever to Excel. Mentors also serve as ambassadors of Boston College, sharing the culture of the university while welcoming students to the great city of Boston. Mentor applications will be available for next summer's Ever to Excel Mentor program in March of 2018.
Learn more about the Ever to Excel Mentor program.
Ever to Excel introduces to participants some of Boston College's best community members each day. Students will discover the power of service, spirituality, and community.
Our undergraduate student Mentors share a desire to shape the lives of the students they encounter and guide them on their journey to discovering God in all things. Get to know them here!
Share experiences and reflect on Jesuit spirituality in small group discussions, attend the nightly Candlelight Mass, explore the city of Boston on the famous Duck Tour. These are just some of the many experiences you will have at Ever to Excel 2017!
Boston College, the first institution of higher education to operate in the city of Boston, endeavors to educate a new generation of leaders with a sense of calling, with concern for all of the human family.
"Today, I am more conscience of God's place in my life. I pray more often, and think about Him more often."
"At Ever to Excel, I met some of the greatest friends I've ever had. We still talk every single day, and BC is our top choice school among everyone."
"Applying exercises like the Ignatian Examine to my life has allowed me to thrive academically and also become a better person."
"Ever to Excel has pushed me to do more in my community and to look at what I have received in my life and be thankful for it."