Arts and Sciences Honors Program
The Arts and Sciences Honors Program, one of the oldest in the country, provides a select group of undergraduates with a grounding in the classics of Western thought through a rigorous curriculum. It is marked by small classes, discussion seminars and close interpersonal contact between students and instructors who also act as academic advisors.
news and events
Recent Arts and Sciences Honors Program graduates Kristen Canfield, Ryan Folio, Matthew Richey, Katherine Ruddy and Zachary Zimmerman, all class of 2012, were among this year's Boston College recipients of Fulbrights.
arts and culture
Tickets to the Arts
Consult the Honors Program Events Calendar for free tickets to Boston-area arts events.
Boston Symphony College Card
The Honors Program will underwrite 100% of a limited number BSO College Cards for Honors Program students. The College Card acts as a free ticket for many Orchestra's concerts.
Video from Front Row
Dante Alighieri's commedia is the culminating text of the first year of the Honors Program curriculum. Faculty, students and members of the University community gather three times each semester for a reading of a canto in Italian, followed by a lecture and discussion. One of the participants was Robert Pinsky.
Video from @BC
A&S Honors student Nora Lopopolo '11 is featured in this short video about the 118th Annual Fulton Prize Debate.
Video from Front Row
Mary Joe Hughes, adjunct professor, offers this "last lecture" in which she discusses thoughts prompted by the recent death of her husband.
About 150 talented students from all over the country enter the Arts and Sciences Honors Program each year. Meet just a few of them. View slideshow
In many cases seniors in the Arts and Sciences Honors Program will write senior theses, typically on a topic related to their majors. In 2010, 24 seniors submitted their theses for posting on the Boston College Libraries web site. View 2011 theses
places for undergrads to publish their scholarly work
The Undergraduate Philosophy Journal of Boston College. Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
The Boston College Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Journal.
Journal for Undergraduate Scholarly Papers.