The Office of Residential Life strives to create a safe and welcoming environment for all students by engaging our residents on topics such as diversity and inclusion, faith and spirituality, responsible social activities, as wella s academics here at Boston College. We invite you to learn more about the residential living experience at Boston College through this website. If you are unable to find the information you are looking for on our website, pleae feel free to visit us in person or contact us by phone or email.
Office Hours: Maloney Hall, suite 413
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phone: 617 - 552 - 3060
The end of the academic year is fast approaching! Make sure you are familliar with all our closing policies and procedures to make leaving campus smooth and ensure you avoid any fines. Follow this link to our Closing Page to review all the steps!
Our Housing Cancellation Policy aims to give the most students possible the chance to live on campus. Read the linked PDF for details.
Boston College is committed to supporting our entire community. This document from the Vice Presdient of Student Affairs highlights some of the many resources available to International and undocumented students at Boston College.
Using Your New Eagle ID
This video gives a brief explanation of how to use your new Eagle ID on the exterior doors of all the residence halls as well as at the bedroom and bathroom locks of those halls on Upper, Newton, CoRo, Reservoir Apts., and Thomas More Apts.
Bedroom and bathroom locks require a PIN. PINs can be found on the My Res Life page of the Agora Portal. The title above, "How to Find Your PIN" links to a PDF document that shows exactly where to find your PIN.
A step by step guide on how to handle a lock out.
Check out the Off-Campus Blog for upcoming events and renting information!
Class of 2020
Res Life welcomes all of the recently accepted class of 2020 to the BC Community!
Meet the Res Life Staff
Meet some of the faces of Res Life as we flashback to the 90s!
Minute Move Out
This one minute look into moving out of a residence hall gives a brief but accurate impression of what some 7,000 students and their families have to do every year!