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Make an Impact

There are many ways a parent can be involved with BC, even if they are not in close proximity to the Heights. A parent becomes an ambassador for Boston College by sharing his or her experiences as a BC parent and serving as a resource for other parents in the same geographic area.

 

Resources for Parents

Find information regarding campus visits, academic calendars, residential life, and much more.

 

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Wendy ’87 and Mike Esposito, P’18, Parents' Leadership Council Co-chairs

 

Attend Events

Parents who attend on-campus events, such as Parents’ Weekend, are encouraged to offer a helping hand throughout the weekend. Parents’ Weekend is the largest gathering of parents on BC’s campus each year. Boston-area parents are also invited to participate in many on-campus events that help advance the mission of Boston College.

 


News for Parents

Star-Studded Night for Scholarships

Star-Studded Night for Scholarships

BC's beloved Pops on the Heights gala celebrated its 25th anniversary with an evening that included Chris O’Donnell '92, Jennifer Hudson, and John Williams. More than 7,000 guests gathered to mark the occasion, raising a record-setting amount for student scholarships. Explore more.

Alumni Volunteer Leaders Unite

More than 170 BC alumni volunteers returned to the Heights for the inaugural Eagles for Others Volunteer Leadership Forum to share ideas and strategies to keep all Eagles engaged with BC. See more

A Champion’s Challenge

A Champion's Challenge

Pete Frates' ('07) global juggernaut of fundraising and awareness for ALS is explored in The Ice Bucket Challenge: Pete Frates and the Fight Against ALS, co-authored by Dave Wedge '93 and Casey Sherman. Read more.

Light the World Campaign