The Board of Trustees has set undergraduate tuition for the 2022-2023 academic year at $62,950, as part of a 3.86 percent increase in tuition, fees, room and board, bringing the overall annual cost of attendance at Boston College to $80,296.
In recognition of the University’s commitment to providing access to students from diverse socio-economic backgrounds, the trustees voted to increase need-based undergraduate financial aid by 4.43 percent, or $6.7 million, to a total of $157 million.
Boston College remains one of only 21 private universities in the United States that is need-blind in admissions and meets the full-demonstrated need of all undergraduate students.
Overall, more than 67 percent of Boston College undergraduates receive financial aid. The average need-based financial aid package is projected to exceed $52,000 in 2022-2023.
The Board of Trustees also set tuition for graduate programs for the 2022-2023 academic year, including Boston College Law ($63,130), and the full-time MBA program in the Carroll School of Management ($59,030).
Boston College is ranked 39th in the “Best Value Schools” category among national universities by U.S. News & World Report, and placed 19th in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine’s most recent ranking of the top 50 “Best Values” among American private universities.
University Communications | March 2022