department of psychology
Boston College is a coeducational university with an enrollment of 8,900 undergraduate and 4,600 graduate students representing every state and more than 95 countries. It is a leader among the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the nation. Founded in 1863, Boston College is now the fourth largest private university in New England and among the largest Catholic universities in the U.S. The University's 116-acre campus is located in an open suburban setting six miles from downtown Boston, with direct access to the city via trolley. Boston College consists of 11 schools, colleges, and institutes.
Boston College, a university of eight schools and colleges, is an equal opportunity employer and supports affirmative action