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William F. Connell School of Nursing

For Undergraduate Students

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Undergraduate Catalog
Current undergraduate catalog information located on the Student Services website.

Undergraduate course and schedule listings

Undergraduate Research Fellow Opportunities
Students in excellent academic standing may apply to assist faculty in a faculty-directed research project and gain valuable experience in nursing research.

BS-MS Program
Highly qualified undergraduate nursing students may be admitted to the master's program during their senior year.

Taking Graduate Courses as an Undergraduate (not part of BS-MS program)
If a student is not participating in the BS-MS program, they may enroll in graduate courses. 

Student Services
Information on academic services, financial services, parking, ID cards, student employment, and more

Financial Aid
Financial resources and application materials

Forms for academic issues, financial aid, medical insurance, student employment, student loans, and parking

Academic Calendar
Boston College academic calendar

Information on Boston College's O'Neill Library, nursing collection, and research help

Sigma Theta Tau
The International Honor Society of Nursing's Alpha Chi Chapter at Boston College

Study Abroad
Preparing students for citizenship, service, and leadership in a global society

Keys to Inclusive Leadership in Nursing (KILN)
Preparing nursing students from underrepresented backgrounds to be nursing leaders

Information for graduates and their families

Undergraduate Government/Student Organizations
The voice of the student community on campus

Boston College Career Services
Resources for nursing careers

Office of AHANA (African American, Hispanic, Asian and Native American) Student Programs

New England Regional Black Nurses Association (NERBNA)
Part of the national effort to unify, educate, and increase the number of African American nurses in this country

The National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN)

Promoting Hispanic nurses to improve the health of our community

National Student Nurses Association
Mentors future registered nurses and facilitates their entrance into the profession with educational resources, leadership opportunities, and career guidance



The BS (nursing) program is designed as a 4-year, 8-semester, full-time program, and while there is some flexibility within the program, a fully-accredited rigorous pre-licensure baccalaureate nursing curriculum incorporates the university-wide core requirements.  The Undergraduate Programs Office reserves the right to limit the number of transfers (externally and internally) during any academic year.

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