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Experience what it means to be part of the Boston College community. Gain first-hand knowledge of our graduate programs by meeting with a current student, visiting a class, or attending an Information Reception.

Attend a class taught by one of the Carroll School's world class faculty.

Class visits are available during the academic year. Offerings are limited, so please register for only one class so that we may accommodate other visitors.  Class Visits are available during the academic year when classes are in session.  Spring 2015 dates will be posted this January.

Register for a Full-Time MBA Class Visit

Register for an Evening MBA Class Visit

Register for an MSA Class Visit

Register for an MSF Class Visit

Connecting with a current student can be an invaluable experience as you navigate through your graduate program search process. To schedule a coffee chat and tour with a current MBA, MSF or MSA student when visiting campus, contact us at mbahost@bc.edu.  Coffee chats are available during the academic year when ambassadors are on campus.   

Can't make it to campus? Email mbahost@bc.edu and we will help you start an email dialogue with a current student to gain valuable insight about their personal experiences in the Carroll School.

EVENING MBA INFORMATION PANELS

The Carroll School hosts panels for those interested in the Evening MBA Program.  These panels are a great way to receive first-hand information from current Evening MBA students.  Panelists will talk about a variety of topics, including work/life balance, curriculum, and community.   

Our Spring 2015 Evening MBA Panel will be held in the Lynch Center of Fulton Hall at Boston College on March 31, 2015.

Register to attend the Evening MBA Panel.

We hope that you will have the opportunity to visit Boston College and experience what makes the Carroll School a dynamic learning environment in person. But we recognize that your hectic schedule may not facilitate a visit to Chestnut Hill, so we do our best to bring the Carroll School to you by attending Graduate Management Forums, graduate school fairs, virtual fairs and other events.

View our Off-Campus Events Schedule to find out when we'll be in your area.

Graduate Admissions | Fulton Hall 315

Campus Map

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Visitors can use the MBTA subway system (known in Boston as the "T") to easily access campus. Traveling outbound from the center of Boston, take the B train on the MBTA Green Line. Boston College is the final stop on the B train.

Once you exit the T, cross to the other side of Commonwealth Avenue and walk uphill to the right. There you will find the Main Gate on your left. Enter campus and walk down Linden Lane, and Fulton Hall is located to the back of Gasson Hall (the tower building), on the far side of the Quad.

MBTA home

DRIVING

Visitors driving to Boston College will be instructed to park in the Beacon Street Garage. When entering the Beacon Street Garage, inform the attendant that you are visiting the Graduate Admissions Office in Fulton Hall. You will be instructed where to park.

Exit the garage on the Beacon Street side, where you entered. Walk to your right and up the stairs by Merkert Chemistry Center. Visitors who need an elevator will find one in Merkert. Walk past Campion Hall on your left and turn right just after Cushing Hall. Fulton Hall is located on the left-hand side at the top of the hill directly in front of you. Enter Fulton Hall from the entrance facing the Quad.

Driving Directions to Campus

TAXI

Taxi service is available from all mass transportation sites, including Logan International Airport and South Station. Rates vary based on distance and time of day. For travel from campus, the Graduate Admissions Office recommends Veteran's Taxi Service (617-527-0300).

WHERE TO STAY

Here is a list of Nearby Accommodations.

 

VIRTUAL WALK ACROSS CAMPUS

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