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A Vibrant Campus at the Heights

One step on campus and it’s clear BC is a special place. From Stokes Hall to the new McMullen Museum of Art, today’s campaign-funded building projects honor the past while redefining the future.
A Vibrant Campus at the Heights

The Boston College campus is one of the world’s most picturesque—and it provides the physical foundation for the University’s distinctive mission to educate the whole person.

Beyond mere bricks and mortar, each project invigorates the University community with a renewed sense of purpose. Campaign gifts to buildings like Stokes Hall help BC attract and retain the best faculty, create physical spaces that promote collaboration between undergraduates and professors, and enable students to reach their potential inside and outside the classroom.

The University’s new residence hall at 2150 Commonwealth Avenue and the McMullen Museum of Art’s move to Brighton Campus are among the latest projects underway thanks to the Light the World campaign.

Similarly, the restoration of Gasson and St. Mary’s Halls, the upgrades to the Merkert Chemistry Center labs, and the renovation of O’Neill Plaza and Gasson Quad were all made possible through campaign funding.

Your support ensures the BC campus continues to grow—and heightens the student experience.

Gabelli Plaza

Investing in the Heights

"A University must have great faculty, facilities, and students," says Trustee Mario J. Gabelli, whose latest gift will be recognized with the naming of the Gabelli Plazas. Read more.


A Broader, Brighter Canvas

After more than 20 years in Devlin Hall, the McMullen Museum of Art will take center stage when it moves to Brighton Campus next year. Read more.


For the Public Good

BC Law is now home to the highly acclaimed Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy. Read more.


Building for the Future

The William F. Connell School of Nursing has moved into a new, state-of-the-art home in Maloney Hall. The new location increased the School’s overall space by nearly 80 percent and doubled its simulation lab size. Read more.

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